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Mintz Member Christie Lombard Martin Named "Massachusetts Go to Lawyer- Taxation" By Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

Boston, MA – Mintz is pleased to announce that Member Christie Lombard Martin was named a "Massachusetts Go To Lawyer - Taxation" by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. Ms. Martin was nominated by her colleagues and selected by a panel from Lawyers Weekly.

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly describes a Go To Lawyer as "an expert in his or her field; a senior attorney well-versed in case law, statutes and regulations; experienced, with a record of success in cases and/or transactions; a lawyer to whom other lawyers make referrals because of his or her expertise and accomplishments; and a lawyer who can think creatively and identify all options for a client."

Ms. Martin leads the public finance tax practice and counsels government entities and 501(c)(3) organizations as well as investment banks in connection with tax-advantaged financings. She is a pre-eminent tax attorney focusing on tax matters in connection with the firm’s roles as bond counsel, underwriter’s counsel, borrower’s counsel and purchaser’s counsel for a variety of municipal bond issues. She acts as bond counsel and tax counsel for issuers and conduit borrowers in the health care, government, education, financial services, and nonprofit sectors.  She is an expert in the municipal finance–related federal tax law relevant to the issuance of governmental general obligation and revenue bonds, qualified 501(c)(3) bonds, student loan bonds, working capital bonds, exempt facility bonds and other private activity bonds.  

Ms. Martin has also been recognized by Chambers USA: Massachusetts  – Banking & Finance: Public Finance and Best Lawyers in America: Public Finance Law. She currently serves as the Chair of the National Association of Bond Lawyers Tax Law Committee and has been editor-in-chief of the Federal Taxation of Municipal Bonds Deskbook.

For additional information on Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly's "Go To Lawyers," click here.

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