Tax Lawyer Nicholas Romanos Joins Foley Hoag

October 14, 2014

Nicholas V. Romanos has joined Foley Hoag LLP as a partner in the firm’s business department and tax practice group, the firm announced today.

Romanos brings extensive experience representing a broad range of clients. His practice includes tax and business planning for corporations, investment partnerships, limited liability companies, tax-exempt organizations and individuals. Romanos focuses on corporate and partnership taxation, with an emphasis on private equity and tax credit syndication. He frequently represents developers, syndicators, and investors in transactions using federal and state tax credits and incentives, including low-income housing, historic and new markets tax credits.

“Nick represents companies in some of Foley Hoag’s key industries, such as Life Sciences, Technology, Investment Management and Energy & Cleantech,” said Foley Hoag Co-Managing Partner William R. Kolb. “Our clients in those and other areas will benefit greatly from his knowledge and experience.”

Romanos comes to Foley Hoag from the Boston office of Edwards Wildman, where he was a partner in the tax department. He earned his juris doctor and master of law degrees from Boston University School of Law, and his bachelor of arts degree from Boston University.

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