May 7, 2019

My law partner Robert McGuirk, Chris Thomas, of Moore Stephens Tiller, and Kevin Morelli, of Cabretta Capital, and I participated in a well attended (100 +) and well received opportunity zone program on May 6, at the College of Coastal Georgia, spons...

April 30, 2019

The Georgia Department of Community Affairs has been instrumental in sharing information about the Federal Opportunity Zone program in Georgia.  Today I was able to attend one of its roadshow conferences in Statesboro, where Commissioner Christopher...

April 27, 2019

I have enjoyed participating in the Novogradac Opportunity Zones Working Group over the past year or so, and have learned a lot from the other legal, tax, and development professionals within the group.  I enjoyed meeting many of them in person at th...

April 24, 2019

I had the opportunity today to speak to The Realtors Commercial Alliance of Savannah/Hilton Head, a group of commercial real estate professionals, about Opportunity Zones at their April meeting. I shared some of the legislative history related to the...

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Joey Strength is a partner at HunterMaclean, practicing primarily in real estate and development law, estates and trusts, and business transactions. He is a trusted advisor for his clients, which range from individuals to publicly traded companies, and provides them quality legal representation and advice across a broad range of areas.


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