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Solomon Cadle focuses his practice on federal tax law and regulations involving public finance, regularly serving as bond counsel in 501(c)(3) and municipal tax-exempt and tax-advantaged financings including community development districts. Solomon guides issuers, underwriters and borrowers through the tax advantaged financing process, working with each client to tailor a financing structure that maximizes flexibility while maintaining the tax advantaged status of the financing. He has advised clients on a variety of projects involving hospitals, energy facilities, transportation, water and wastewater facilities, schools, parking garages, public recreation, community development, and open space projects.

Solomon also advises issuers and borrowers in their post-issuance tax compliance matters to preserve the tax advantaged status of their financings for as long as they are outstanding, and handles matters including IRS filings, allocations, contract revisions, remediation, and exercising an issuer’s right to enter into a Voluntary Closing Agreement Program (VCAP) with the IRS.


  • Federal tax law
  • 501(c)(3) and municipal tax-exempt financings
  • Tax-advantaged financings
  • Post-issuance tax compliance matters



  • Served as tax-counsel on several tax-exempt 501(c)(3) issuances involving numerous hospital, university, school and other types 501(c)(3) entities for one of the largest conduit issuers in the Mid-Atlantic for over 10 years°
  • Acted in the capacity of tax-counsel to many different municipal issuers involving their tax-exempt and tax-advantaged issuances including general obligation, lease and other financing structures°

°The above representations were handled by Mr. Cadle prior to his joining Greenberg Traurig, LLP.

Recognition & Leadership

  • Member, National Association of Bond Lawyers, Since 2011


  • J.D., University of Baltimore School of Law
  • B.A., Institute for Advanced Judaic Studies
  • District of Columbia
  • Maryland