- Admissions and Occupancy, Fair Housing, and Affordable Housing Compliance
- Neighborhood Stabilization Activities
- HOPE VI / Mixed-Finance Public Housing
- Tax Credits
- Affordable Multifamily Preservation
- Permanent Supportive Housing
University of Connecticut Law School, JD, 1986, high honors
University of Massachusetts - Amherst, BA, 1978
Henry Korman, a Partner at Klein Hornig, has over 25 years of experience representing clients with affordable housing development, civil rights, and a wide range of regulatory compliance matters. He has represented state agencies, municipalities, for-profit and nonprofit developers, property managers, and asset managers in such diverse areas as compliance with the civil rights and fair housing requirements of affordable housing programs, Section 504 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Fair Housing Act. Henry is an expert on admission and occupancy standards for public, assisted, and low-income housing tax credit housing (including HUD's 4350.3 Multifamily Occupancy Handbook), lead-based paint compliance, the Uniform Relocation Act and other laws. He has helped clients prepare occupancy and regulatory documents ranging from relocation plans to admissions policies and has helped clients assess regulatory compliance in their systems, forms, properties and portfolios.
Henry has structured and negotiated complex, multi-faceted affordable housing transactions, utilizing such forms of public financing as the Neighborhood Stabilization Program, Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, tax-exempt bond financing, HOME, CDBG, Project-Based Housing Choice Vouchers, assistance through Federal multifamily housing programs such as Section 236, and project-based Section 8 assistance.
Before joining Klein Hornig, Henry was in private practice. Before that, he served as Associate General Counsel of The Community Builders, Inc., as Managing Attorney for Cambridge and Somerville Legal Services, as a civil rights specialist at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and as a staff attorney for both Massachusetts Law Reform Institute and Western Massachusetts Legal Services.