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Jason Tiemeier

Jason Tiemeier is a member of the Bricker & Eckler Public Finance practice group. He works with local governments, special purpose districts, developers, and financial institutions on a variety of public finance and local government matters. His practice includes the structuring and documentation of economic development projects and general obligation and revenue bond transactions. Jason has experience with a variety of economic development tools such as tax increment financing (TIF), community redevelopment area (CRA) abatements, new community authorities (NCA), and joint economic development districts (JEDD). Jason has also been involved with the rapid development of property assessed clean energy (PACE) financing in Ohio. He provides general counsel services to energy special improvement districts and bond and lender’s counsel services to the organizations that finance energy efficiency and clean energy projects through PACE.

Presentations & Published Works

  • Speaker, "PACE Legal Requirements," Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Workshop, September 2018

Bar Admissions & Activities

  • Member, National Association of Bond Lawyers
  • Admitted, State of Ohio, 2016

Education

  • The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law (J.D.), 2016; President of the Business Law Society; Student Note Advisor and Symposium Editor of the Ohio State Business Law Journal; Founders Entrepreneurial Spirit Award for a Significant and Lasting Contribution; Award for Outstanding Third-Year Leadership
  • Princeton University (B.A. in History), 2013; varsity football team member; 2013 National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society member; Admissions Applicant Interviewer