Patrick J. Cronin

Patrick Cronin concentrates his practice on structuring investments that utilize a combination of state and federal historic, energy, new markets tax credits, and other sources as financing tools for project development. He represents a wide variety of investors, developers, local governments, nonprofit organizations, and community development entities (CDEs) nationwide. He also has experience in a variety of business litigation matters, including contract, corporate governance, breach of fiduciary duty, and in cases alleging fraud and other business torts.

Prior to attending law school, Patrick worked for three years at the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development, first auditing development organizations awarded federal, state, and/or city subsidies and later serving as the special assistant to the deputy commissioner of development. [1]