Michael J. Andreana practices in the areas of tax-exempt financings, public-private development projects and tax credit transactions.
Mike has counseled government entities with respect to the creation and use of Special Tax and Special Assessment Districts to issue debt for public infrastructure improvements and was the principal drafter of Public Act No. 15-57, Connecticut’s new TIF financing statute.
Mike also represents developers, governmental agencies and other participants in various tax credit transactions, including Historic Tax Credits, New Market Tax Credits and Low Income Housing Tax Credits. Mike’s services include helping his clients navigate the numerous Tax Code intricacies that typically arise in a tax credit transaction.
In addition, Mike serves as bond counsel to the Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority, the Material Innovations and Recycling Authority and several Connecticut municipalities.
He also provides tax advice and guidance to the firm’s clients that issue tax-exempt debt. In addition, he has represented underwriters, borrowers and letter of credit providers in connection with the issuance of general obligation and revenue bonds. Mike also has experience negotiating contracts between governmental agencies and private operators and developers.