James Polk Moneyhun, Jr.


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Jay Moneyhun focuses his practice primarily in the areas of public finance, economic development incentives, commercial real estate transactions and commercial lending. His practice includes:

  • Traditional public finance matters, including conduit bond financings.
  • Property tax abatement, tax increment financing and other governmental incentives to promote economic development.
  • Representing financial institutions in lending matters.
  • Representing buyers, sellers, lenders and tenants in real estate matters.
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National Association of Bond Lawyers

Tennessee Bar Association — Chair, Real Estate Section (2020-2021); Real Estate Section Executive Council (2018-present); Young Lawyers Division Board (2013-2014)

Knoxville Bar Association — Board of Governors (2013-2015)

Barristers — President (2014)