Cody S. Rogers Highlights Impact Investment, Community Development & More in Bloomberg Tax & Accounting Spotlight
Partner Cody S. Rogers is featured in Bloomberg Tax & Accounting's "Spotlight" series article, where he talks about his career, and his focus on impact investment, community development projects and new markets tax credit transactions (NMTC).
"Tax is huge, and I like to think of myself as a community development or impact investment lawyer because tax law does not quite capture my practice," Rogers said. "More specifically, I focus on the NMTC program found in Section 45D of the Code. I also have experience with federal historic rehabilitation tax credits, or HTCs.
Rogers also talks about what it means for him to be a partner at the firm. "I am a brand new partner, so I am learning what it means to be a partner," Rogers said. "Having said that, to me, it’s a recognition of the faith and confidence that Stinson has in my abilities as an attorney. This is not just about my legal skills but also my ability to represent the values that the firm stands for."
The article also features a Q&A in which Rogers talks about his life outside of the firm, which includes spending time with his husband and their 6-month-old baby, running marathons, listening to his favorite podcasts and binge-watching Westworld.
Rogers is a partner in the firm's real estate and public finance group in Washington, D.C. He is a skilled transactional attorney who focuses his work on impact investment and community development projects throughout the country. Rogers assists clients with all aspects of the NMTC program including structuring, regulatory questions, community development entities certifications, allocation applications, allocation agreements, and compliance issues that arise during transactions as well as post-closing.
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