Ronald M. Katz

Speaking Engagements and Publications

Ronald M. Katz has been published for the following:

Faculty, Indianapolis Bar Association Indiana Multistate Bar Review [Real Property Law, Personal Property and Wills, Trusts and Probate Administration] (1993 – present).

Adjunct Faculty (Real Estate Transactions through 1996) and Guest Lecturer (Trusts & Estates, and Law Practice Management on a periodic basis), Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law (1996 – present).

Presentation and Author, Death & Dying: Maximizing Quality of Life and Minimizing Pain and Suffering When Faced with End-of-Life Decisions, Indiana University School of Sociology Death & Dying Class (February 12, 2013 – Bloomington; February 22, 2013 – Indianapolis).

Presentation, Legal Issues Involving Physician Assisted Dying, Indiana University School of Medicine, (March 27, 2013).

Hot Tips in Probate Practice – Faculty, Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, Indianapolis, IN (December 21, 2012; December 20, 2011; December 22, 2010; December 20, 2009).  www.iclef.org

Legal Issues Impacting ‘End of Life’ Choices, Compassion & Choices of Indiana Fall Program, Indianapolis, IN (October 23, 2011).

A New Season of Dedication, American Bar Association Journal of Affordable Housing & Community Development Law, Vol. 15, No. 4 (Summer 2006).

Political Will, American Bar Association Journal of Affordable Housing & Community Development Law, Vol. 15, No. 3 (Spring 2006).

Winds of Change – Address at the American Bar Association Forum on Affordable Housing & Community Development Law (ABA/AHCDL) Conference on Creating Healthy Communities: Ending Homelessness, St. Louis, MO (February 23, 2006).

State of the Union, American Bar Association Journal of Affordable Housing & Community Development Law, Vol. 15, No. 2 (Winter 2006).

Winds of Change, American Bar Association Journal of Affordable Housing & Community Development Law, Vol. 15, No. 1 (Fall 2005).

HURRICANE KATRINA: Public Housing Aftermath – Presenter, Housing & Development Law Institute 22nd Annual Fall Conference, Chicago, IL (October 10, 2005).

Balancing the Rights of Individual Tenants and the Larger Community – Panelist, ABA/AHCDL Conference:  Doing Well While Doing Good ~ Building Housing & Community with a Social Justice Perspective, San Francisco, CA (February 24-5, 2005).

Hasta La Vista Baby: Roundtable on Nearing the End of Compliance Period – Panelist, Indiana Housing Finance Authority Annual Conference 2004, Indianapolis, IN (September 15, 2004).

The Closing Checklist: An Exhaustive Overview of all the Documents – Faculty, 13th Annual  ABA/AHCDL Forum Conference, Washington, DC (May 20-1, 2004).

Is Your Deal Under Water? Making a Tax Credit Deal – Panelist, Indiana Housing Finance Authority Annual Conference 2003, Indianapolis, IN (October 7, 2003).

Working Successfully with Community Agencies and Officials – Faculty, Urban Revitalization: An Affordable Housing Conference, Chicago, IL (July 17-18, 2003).

Overcoming Obstacles in Tax Credit Compliance – Faculty, American Bar Association Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law (“ABA/AHCDL Forum”)12th Annual Conference, Washington, DC (May 22-3, 2003).

Community Development Initiatives – Panelist, Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership’s Housing Summit, Indianapolis, IN (April 25, 2003).

Affordable Housing and Community Development Initiatives – Faculty, International Project Finance, Investment, and Business Development, Center for International Legal Studies, Steamboat Springs, CO (February 9-13, 2003).

Current Issues in Estate Administration and Trusts – Faculty, Annual Indiana Law Update, Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, Indianapolis, IN (September 19, 2002).

Need Some Coaching? Choose a Consultant – Panelist, Indiana Housing Finance Authority Annual Conference 2002, Indianapolis, IN (August 28, 2002).

Developers Tool Belt: Soft vs. Hard Financing – Faculty, Urban Revitalization: An Affordable Housing Conference, Chicago, IL (July 25-26, 2002).

Advanced Tax Credit Issues (Expiring Use, Increased Allocation, State QAP) – Faculty, New Approaches to Developing Affordable Housing and Creating Economic Developments, The Association of the Bar of the City of New York, New York, NY (March 30, 2001).

Housing Tax Credits in Indiana, Author, METRO Publishing Co., Inc. (1994 and periodically updated through 2001).

Housing and Development Forms and Commentary, Co-author, – West Group Publishing (1996 and annually updated through 2001).

New Markets Tax Credit – Faculty, Urban Revitalization: An Affordable Housing Conference, Chicago, IL (July 19-21, 2001).

Ethical Considerations in Estate Planning and Probate – Faculty, Current Estate Administration Issues Seminar, co-sponsored by Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum and Banc One Investment Management Group, Jeffersonville, IN (October 5, 2000).

Creative Partnership Panel – Panelist, Indiana Housing Finance Authority Annual Conference 2000, Indianapolis, IN (September 12-13, 2000).

Utilizing Low-Income Housing Tax Credits – Faculty, Racing Ahead in Housing, National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN  (May 22-23, 2000).

Tax-Exempt Private Activity Bond Workshop – Faculty, sponsored by Novogradac & Company, LLP, Indianapolis, IN (February 23, 2000).

Joint Ventures between Not-for-Profits and Private Developers: Negotiating the Partnership Agreement – Faculty, Affordable Housing and Community Development: The State of the Art, co-sponsored by the ABA/AHCDL Forum and The Association of the Bar of the City of New York, New York, NY (January 28, 2000).

Fundamentals of HOME/RHTC, Faculty, Indiana Housing Finance Authority Annual Conference 1998, Indianapolis, IN (September 2, 1998).

Apartment Association Tax Credit Seminar, Faculty, Apartment Association of Indiana, Indianapolis, IN (August 20, 1998).

Structuring the Development and Development Team; Determining Sources and Uses & Amount of Credits; Dotting Your “Eyes” and Crossing the “Tees” in Your Application – Faculty, Indiana Housing Finance Authority Rental Housing Tax Credit Seminar, Indianapolis, IN (October 31, 1997).

Current Issues for Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Project Owners and Advisors – Faculty, Challenges and Opportunities in Affordable Housing and Economic Development in New York and Beyond, co-sponsored by the ABA/AHCDL Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law and The Association of the Bar of the City of New York,  New York, NY (March 21-22, 1997).

Issues in Tax Credit Compliance – Faculty, A Whole New Ball Game, Indiana Housing Finance Authority Annual Conference 1996 (September 11, 1996).

Understanding and Using Housing Tax Credits in Indiana – Instructor, Indianapolis Bar Association Seminar, Indianapolis, IN (January 23, 1996).

Tax Credits and Financing – Instructor,  ICLEF Commercial Real Estate, Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum (October 13-4, 1994).

The Nuts & Bolts of Tax Credit Development in Indiana:  A Presentation on Housing Tax Credits in Indiana – Chairman and faculty, co-sponsored by the Indianapolis Bar Association and the Apartment Association of Indiana, Indianapolis, IN (January 28, 1994).

Section 42 Tax Credits for Affordable Housing Development – Instructor, Central Indiana Society of the Institute of Certified Financial Planners Seminar (August 17, 1993).

Section 42 Tax Credits for Low to Moderate Income Housing – Instructor, Indiana Bankers Association Conference (December 10, 1992).

Apartment Management Legal Issues – Instructor, National Association of Home Builders Resident Apartment Management Courses (1991-2000).

Real Estate Law – Instructor, Apartment Association of Indiana Certified Apartment Management Courses (1989-1992).

Taxation of Partnerships – Faculty, Indiana Society of Enrolled Agents Annual Seminar, Indianapolis, IN (June 19-20, 1989).

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