Andrew Spoor practices in the firm's Real Estate Group, with an emphasis on law related to the financing of real estate and industrial developments.
Andrew's practice is concentrated in the areas of municipal tax-exempt and taxable bond financing, as well as tax incentive and economic development programs. In particular, he has experience with several governmental incentive programs, including port authority financing options and Ohio’s job creation tax credit program.
Andrew also practices in the field of letter of credit and government banking law, advising banks in addressing the financing needs of local governments.
$8,500,000 Township of Sylvania, Ohio General Obligation (Limited Tax) Various Purpose Improvement Bonds, Series 2010 — Bond Counsel
$16,400,000 Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority Bank Qualified Facilities Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2009 — Bond Counsel
$150,000,000 Emmaus General Authority Variable Rate Demand Notes, Series 200A — Bond Counsel
Counsel for County in a Lease — Purchase Agreement in Northwest Ohio for new manufacturing equipment for a local factory
$820,000 Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority Bank Qualified Facilities Revenue Bonds, Series 2011 — Bond Counsel
Professional and Community Involvement
Cincinnati Bar Association
Ohio State Bar Association
Munich-Cincinnati Sister City Association, Webmaster
Una Voce of Greater Cincinnati, President
Awards & Recognition
Listed in The Best Lawyers in America, 2020
Named to Ohio Rising Stars
News & Resources
- Incentives for Successful Preservation ProjectsHeritage Ohio Annual Conference, 10.18.2017
- The Competitive World of Economic Development IncentivesKMK Legal Update, 12.14.2016
- KMK Law Real Estate Blog, 06.15.2018
J.D., University of Cincinnati College of Law, 2008, summa cum laude, Order of the Coif
B.A., Thomas More College, 2005, summa cum laude