Mandy K. Mendoza

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Education
• Boston University School of Law, LL.M. in Taxation, 1999
• Louisiana State University, J.D., 1998
• University of Mississippi, Bachelor of Accountancy, cum laude, 1994

Practice Areas
Tax Matters
Tax Credits
General Business Representation
Litigation
Real Estate Development & Syndication

Certifications
• Certified Public Accountant, 1998
• Board Certified Tax Specialist

Associations
• American Bar Association, Tax Section
• Louisiana State Bar Association, Tax Section
• New Orleans Bar Association
• Society of Louisiana Certified Public Accountants
• University of Mississippi Young Alumni Representative
• University of Mississippi, New Orleans Alumni Group, Executive Committee

Courts
• All Louisiana State Courts
• U.S. District Courts for the Eastern, Middle, and Western Districts of Louisiana
• U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
• U.S. Tax Court
• Federal Claims Court

About Mandy Mendoza
Mandy Mendoza was born in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1973. Ms. Mendoza, whose practice focuses on taxation of corporate and pass-through entities, tax credits, corporate transactions and litigation, joined Elkins, P.L.C. in 2001. Prior to joining Elkins, P.L.C., Ms. Mendoza worked for an international accounting firm in their tax consulting services division.

Ms. Mendoza has experience in representing real estate developers and counseling on the use of federal tax incentives for historic preservation, conservation contributions (facade easements), and New Markets Tax Credits. She has assisted clients in addressing the tax issues in conjunction with existing rental projects and the formation of successor partnerships to convert rental units into condominiums for resale. Ms. Mendoza has also been instrumental in developing investment structures that facilitate the use of Motion Picture Tax Credits in the State of Louisiana.

Ms. Mendoza has litigated matters in both federal and state court on subjects varying from corporate and taxation disputes to defending developers in complex litigation.

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