Randy Shump: With nearly three decades of tax experience, including eleven years with the Internal Revenue Service—first as Field Agent, then as Attorney for the Office of Chief Counsel in the Tax Exempt & Government Entities Division—Randy Shump brings to KAV invaluable experience in corporate and municipal tax matters. Randy’s practice at KAV includes counseling on tax compliance issues, handling tax controversies, and advising for-profit and nonprofit corporations as well as individual taxpayers on a variety of tax-related matters. Randy also assists in public finance matters involving Section 103 of the Internal Revenue Code.
Lindsay Conroy: Lindsay Conroy is a public finance attorney and has served as bond, disclosure, and underwriter’s counsel in a variety of public finance transactions. Lindsay’s practice focuses on real estate development projects, special districts, health care, higher education and charter schools. She has worked with a variety of issuers in transactions and has extensive experience working with various state, county and city officials, officers of various state authorities, school officials and real estate developers. Prior to joining KAV, Lindsay was an attorney in the Public Finance department of Ballard Spahr LLP. Lindsay began her legal career at Kutak Rock LLP where she practiced public finance law for four years before leaving to successfully own and operate a medium-size business in the event industry for ten years. Lindsay returned to practicing law after selling her business.
Marc Tawil: Marc Tawil is an Associate at KAV with experience in corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, and real estate law. His practice primarily focuses on assisting business entities with real estate and corporate matters, including drafting organizational documents and asset and stock purchase agreements, preparing securities filings, and providing strategic counsel in connection with real estate transactions. He also assists municipal entities in public finance matters. Marc handles a range of transactions that reflect various sizes and structures.