Stan Brading practices in the areas of corporate, health care, real estate and tax law, with specialization in tax-exempt bond financing and tax credits. He has extensive experience in the representation of health care facilities and has closed over $700 million of tax-exempt bond financings related to such facilities, including assisted living, seniors housing and continuing care retirement communities. He also serves as president of several non-profit corporations that own such senior housing facilities.
In addition, he has specialized expertise in the low-income housing tax credit and entertainment tax credit and the specialized legal issues relating to acquisitions and investments involving these tax credits. He has lectured frequently in The Tax Exempt Organizations in Georgia Seminar sponsored by Lorman Education Services and has spoken on a variety of topics in the Health Law in Georgia Seminar sponsored by the National Business Institute. In addition, he has been a frequent speaker at regional and national conferences on tax exempt bonds, the Low Income Housing Tax Credit and Entertainment Tax Credit.
Mr. Brading received a B.S. in Accounting from Duke University (cum laude, 1974), and a J.D. from the Washington and Lee School of Law (cum laude, 1979), where he served on the National Moot Court Team. He obtained a L.L.M. degree in Taxation from Emory University in 1984, and is also a Certified Public Accountant (inactive).