Nedom Haley, senior counsel in the Firm's Atlanta office, concentrates his practice in the areas of tax law and municipal finance. He has experience in tax controversy work, ERISA, estate planning, tax incentives for business expansion and general tax practice. Mr. Haley worked as a trial attorney in the Office of the Chief Counsel for the Internal Revenue Service from 1971 - 1974 and was a partner with Gambrell & Stolz, L.L.P. from 1978-2007. He has been with Baker Donelson since 2007.
Mr. Haley served as a Lieutenant in the United States Navy Reserve from 1967-1969.
Publications & Speaking Engagements
- Co-presenter – "How to Get Along with the Internal Revenue Service," Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta, January 16, 2014
- Co-presenter – "Tax Aspects of Qualified Conservation Contributions," Lorman Education Services, August 28, 2012; July 27, 2013
- Author – "Transferring Conservation Credits In Ga.," Law360, May 26, 2011
- Author – "Can You Deduct Losses from Failed Investments?" Baker Donelson Tax News, Spring/Summer 2010
- Presenter – "Tax Effects of Debt Modification," Commercial Real Estate Law seminar, ICLE, November 12, 2009
- Author – "The Application of Section 1001 to Deferred Payment Sales of Property", 28 The Tax Lawyer 303. 1975
- Author – "Transfers in Trust with Retained Powers Can Produce Income Estate, Gift Savings", 5 Taxation Lawyers342, 1977
- Author – "New More Liberal Regulations Clarify the Status of ESOPS in Many Vital Respects", 47 J. Tax, 354, 1977
Client Representation — Represented REIT in acquiring $36,000,000 development financed by industrial development bonds.
Client Representation — Represented private equity group in acquiring multifamily project and assumption of $21,000,000 in tax exempt obligations.
Client Representation — Represented private equity group in acquisition of textile plant and assumption of $55,000,000 in industrial development bonds.
Client Representation — Represented manufacturer in $10,000,000 financing to expand manufacturing plant.