BINFORD E. (TREY) PARKER, III
New Orleans Office
Trey is an attorney in our Public Finance, Tax Incentives and Credit Markets Group. He is located in our New Orleans office, where he focuses his practice on Tax Credits, Energy Credits, Business and Commercial Transactions, Public Finance and Real Estate Law.
PRACTICE AREAS AND INDUSTRY TEAMS
▪ Real Estate Development and Finance
▪ Tax Credits
▪ Representation of developers, community development entities, lenders and investors in connection with the development and financing of complex real estate projects, both locally and throughout the U.S., utilizing historic rehabilitation tax credits, new markets tax credits, Opportunity Zone investments and restoration tax abatements, as well as financing programs administered and insured by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
▪ Experienced in the organization, incorporation, general commercial advices, transfers, withdrawals, settlements and dissolution of corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships and other entities.
▪ Representation of individual and corporate clients in commercial and personal litigation in federal and state court, which work includes legal research, discovery work, drafting of pleadings, motions, briefs, legal correspondence, and arguing motions.
▪ Second chair bench and jury trial experience.
▪ Louisiana, 2008
▪ U.S. District Courts
▪ Louisiana: Eastern District
▪ U.S. Court of Appeals
▪ 5th Circuit
▪ American Bar Association
▪ Federal Bar Association
▪ Louisiana State Bar Association
▪ New Orleans Bar Association
EDUCATION & HONORS
▪ Loyola University, J.D. (Common Law Division with Certificate in Civil Law Studies), cum laude, 2008
▪ Loyola Law Review, Member
▪ University of Virginia, B.A., History and Religious Studies, 2002
PAPERS, PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS
▪ Author, “The Pledge Protection Act and the Conflicting Fundamental Rights Limitation on the Article III Power to Control the Supreme Court’s Appellate Jurisdiction,” 54 Loy. L. Rev. 467, 2008.
▪ Contributing Author, “After the Flood: Equality and Humanity in Property Regimes,” 52 Loy. L. Rev. 243, 287, 2006, Harvard Law Professor Joseph Singer was the main author