Charles S. Henck counsels clients on the tax attributes related to a variety of capital infrastructure projects, including a range of tax credits, energy credits, and Treasury grants. Mr. Henck regularly advises on municipal and corporate financing for utility, industrial, and infrastructure facilities. He has served as bond counsel, underwriter's counsel, special tax counsel, and company counsel in revenue bond, private activity bond, general obligation bond, and leveraged lease financings.
Mr. Henck has extensive experience in the issuance and restructuring of project- and revenue-based tax-exempt financings for solid waste disposal and resource recovery facilities. He also has been involved as counsel to the borrower and the issuer in a number of IRS audits of bonds issued to finance utility, industrial, and infrastructure facilities, and is a frequent lecturer and panelist in national conferences on federal tax matters relating to financings of these facilities.
Before joining Ballard Spahr, Mr. Henck was an attorney in the Office of Chief Counsel of the Internal Revenue Service.