Harvard Law School , JD, 2013
Swarthmore College, BA, 2006
Matthew (Matt) Woodbury joined Klein Hornig in 2018, with expertise in federal and state income taxation of partnerships, corporations, tax-exempt entities and individuals. Matt regularly works with clients on federal, state and international tax issues related to business transactions and real estate investment. Prior to joining Klein Hornig, Matt worked at Day Pitney LLP as a member of the firm’s Tax Department, where he counselled businesses and individuals on all aspects of federal and states income, gift, and estate taxes.
- Represented low-income housing tax credit syndicator in investment in affordable housing projects nationwide.
- Represented developer in the new markets tax credit financing of a new Head Start school.
- Represented nonprofit affordable housing developer in new markets tax credit financing of its new headquarters.
- Represented nonprofit affordable housing developer in LIHTC transactions for projects with and without tax-exempt bond financing and involving federal and Massachusetts historic tax credits.
- Assisted for-profit client investing in film credits.
- Assisted client with negotiations with Massachusetts Department of Revenue Brownfields Unit.
- Assisted for-profit developer with LIHTC-financed rehabilitation transaction.
- Assisted for-profit in structuring exit of investor entities in projects nearing end of compliance period.
- Assisted nonprofit organizations in applying for and obtaining federal tax-exempt status.
- French Tax Laws Affecting U.S. Citizens and Trusts, Co-Author, Trusts & Estates, May 2018
- Check the Box Elections for Non-U.S. Business Entities, Co-Author, Journal of International Tax, Trust and Corporate Planning, October 2017
- American Bar Association, Member (2012-present)
- Boston Bar Association, Member (2011-2013)
- Presenter, “Check the Box Elections for Non-US Business Entities, Boston Bar Association - April 2018