Gregg has delivered tax opinions as bond counsel or special tax counsel in connection with financings for states, cities, counties, school districts and other political subdivisions. He has participated in all facets of the tax analysis associated with the issuance of qualified 501(c)(3) bonds, qualified hospital bonds, qualified student loan bonds and qualified small issue bonds. Gregg also has extensive experience in IRS audits of tax-exempt bonds, representing issuers and other interested parties.Gregg haw been recognized as one of the Best Lawyers in America, Public Finance and Tax; named a Texas Super Lawyer in Tax by Texas Monthly and as a Fellow with the American College of Bond Counsel.He is affiliated with the Bond Attorneys' Workshop (Steering Committee), the State Bar of Texas - Taxation Section (Tax-Exempt Bond Committee, Former Chair), the American Bar Association - Taxation Section (Tax-Exempt Finance Committee) and the National Association of Bond Lawyers, Tax and Securities Seminar (Former Faculty Member).Gregg is a graduate of Duke University with an JD from the University of Michigan Law School.
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