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Linda M. Martinez

Partner

, Bryan Cave LLP
St. Louis

Tel

1 314 259 2340

Fax

1 314 552 8340
lmmartinez@bryancave.com
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Linda M. Martinez

Partner


St. Louis



One Metropolitan Square
211 North Broadway, Suite 3600
St. Louis, Missouri 63102-2750

Phone:

1 314 259 2340

Fax:

1 314 552 8340

email:

lmmartinez@bryancave.com
Linda Martínez focuses her practice on development and related federal, state and local incentives, including major public, private and public/private partnerships for the creation of public facilities, museums, sports and entertainment complexes and commercial, industrial, manufacturing and multifamily housing facilities. Her experience includes new markets, assembly of land, historic preservation and other development tax credits, as well as redevelopment for public, commercial, manufacturing, industrial, hotel, retail and housing uses. Ms. Martínez maintains a significant practice in the municipal finance area, serving as bond counsel and counsel to underwriters, credit enhancers, borrowers, trustees and issuers on tax increment financings, not-for-profit institutions, health care institutions, housing, hotels, airports, small issue industrial development bonds, municipal bonds (general obligation and revenue) and other forms of tax-exempt financing. She also has counseled large developers and institutions on legislative matters and regulatory implementation of such matters, including development of the historic preservation tax credit, authorizing free transferability of certain tax credits and MODESA.

Civic Involvement and Honors

  • St. Louis Science Center, Commissioner
  • St. Louis Art Museum, Commissioner

Linda Martínez focuses her practice on development and related federal, state and local incentives, including major public, private and public/private partnerships for the creation of public facilities, museums, sports and entertainment complexes and commercial, industrial, manufacturing and multifamily housing facilities. Her experience includes new markets, assembly of land, historic preservation and other development tax credits, as well as redevelopment for public, commercial, manufacturing, industrial, hotel, retail and housing uses. Ms. Martínez maintains a significant practice in the municipal finance area, serving as bond counsel and counsel to underwriters, credit enhancers, borrowers, trustees and issuers on tax increment financings, not-for-profit institutions, health care institutions, housing, hotels, airports, small issue industrial development bonds, municipal bonds (general obligation and revenue) and other forms of tax-exempt financing. She also has counseled large developers and institutions on legislative matters and regulatory implementation of such matters, including development of the historic preservation tax credit, authorizing free transferability of certain tax credits and MODESA.

Bar and Court Admissions

Missouri, 1982

Education

Washington University, J.D., 1982

University of Missouri-Columbia, B.A., 1976

Civic Involvement and Honors

  • St. Louis Science Center, Commissioner
  • St. Louis Art Museum, Commissioner