Jong Sook Nee
Jong Sook has developed her practice in various fields, including commercial lending and banking, public finance, tax exemptions, governmental law, commercial leasing, housing, land use and public private partnerships. These disciplines have allowed her to develop a comprehensive understanding of development finance from multiple perspectives. In addition, she has served two state governors offering policy and legal advice on state issues affecting all aspects of life, including affordable housing, universal healthcare, statewide planning and economic development incentives. Using her past experience in state government and working with local governments, Ms. Nee can provide a balanced insight into governmental policies and procedures.
Ms. Nee combines her years of experience to hone a practice that can creatively address the many issues that impact development across the spectrum, from land use approvals to federal tax credit financings. Since no two projects are alike, no two solutions have to be. Ms. Nee has developed expertise in the fields of redevelopment and real estate finance which has provided her with an insight into comprehensive development financial planning. From modest commercial loan closings to complex tax credit take-out financing with multiple lenders, NP Law can structure a solution.
Ms. Nee works closely with Lillian A. Plata to structure holistic financial frameworks that service the immediate financial needs, as well as any future tax or financing interests that could be impacted. Ms. Nee takes a holistic and proactive approach to client projects to help ensure the success of all projects, large and small.
- Council on Development Finance Authorities
- New Jersey State Bar Association
- Asian Pacific American Lawyers Association of New Jersey
Ms. Nee is a frequent speaker for the CDFA, The Knowledge Group and the New Jersey Redevelopment Authority. She has also been a speaker for the American Bar Association. Ms. Nee often makes presentations relating to Public-Private Partnerships as well as discussing development financing tools, such as tax exemptions, redevelopment area bond financing and federal tax credits.