APB Expands Practice with Hire of New Tax Partner, Greg Jenner

Amis Patel Brewer is proud to announce that tax attorney, Greg Jenner, has joined the firm as a Partner.

“I am thrilled to be joining APB,” Mr. Jenner stated.  “I have worked very closely with the APB team over the years.  Not only are they terrific lawyers but also great people.  It feels like coming home.”

For over 40 years, Greg has worked in both the public and private sectors, with extensive experience at Treasury and on Capitol Hill.  Recognized for providing unique, invaluable insights into legislative, tax policy, and budget processes, Greg is known for translating his experience working in government into value for his clients.

Greg has 10 years of combined experience at Treasury and on Capitol Hill.  Greg came to Washington in 1985 to assist in writing the landmark Tax Reform Act of 1986.  He went on to serve two tours at the Treasury Department, including as Acting Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy (2004) and Deputy Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy (2002-2004).  In those roles, he directed Treasury’s Office of Tax Policy, advising President Bush and Secretaries O’Neill and Snow on tax legislation and policy.

Greg was formerly a partner in the tax practice group at Stoel Rives, LLP, and acted as a former co-chair of the firm’s energy team.  Focusing on planning and implementing tax-related transactions, partnerships, and joint ventures, Greg represented clients on a wide range of tax issues, particularly in the renewable energy and agricultural sectors.

Greg has significant expertise in all aspects of renewable energy, from meeting the “beginning construction” requirements to the negotiation and implementation of tax equity transactions.  In addition, Greg’s focus on partnerships, leasing and cooperatives enables him to represent all types of agricultural clients, including producers of renewable fuels.

Amis Patel Brewer is a boutique law firm focusing on the acquisition, development and financing of renewable energy generation and storage projects, and large scale controlled-environment agriculture and waste stream management facilities.