Industry Focus

Tax Credit Financing
Historic Rehabilitation
New Markets
Affordable Housing
Alternative Energy

Substantive Focus

Corporate Tax
Partnership Tax
Limited Liability Companies
S Corporations
Tax Exempt Organizations
Succession Planning
Taxpayer Disputes


LL.M. New York University School of Law, 1989
J.D. Duquesne University School of Law, 1982
B.A., University of Pittsburgh, 1979

Bar Admission



estate planning attorneyFirm founder George Nagle has over 30 years??experience representing businesses and individuals in tax, corporate and real estate matters. His practice focuses on a variety of sophisticated tax matters, with strong emphasis on corporate and real estate transactions including mergers and acquisitions, and financing transactions involving corporations, partnerships, S corporations, limited liability companies, individuals and exempt organizations. George has extensive experience in transactions that utilize a combination of tax incentives and other financing sources, including New Markets Tax Credits, Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits and Low-Income Housing Tax Credits. In addition, George advises clients in general tax and business matters, including business succession planning for closely held businesses, as well as tax disputes at the local, state and federal levels. His work includes representation of clients before various administrative review boards and state courts, the Internal Revenue Service Appeals Division and the United States Tax Court.

George is frequently called upon to present seminars sponsored by, among others, the American Bar Association, the National Business Institute and the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, on tax credit financing, general business planning, and partnership and limited liability company issues.

An advocate for the homeless, George is past president of the Homeless Advocacy Project Board of Directors, and is a current member of its Advisory Board. The Homeless Advocacy Project is a nonprofit corporation that provides free legal services to homeless individuals and nonprofit community groups involved in low-income housing. In addition to his work as a lawyer, George is a musician and a member of a local rhythm and blues band.

George was previously a partner with Saul Ewing LLP, where he was Co-Chair of its Tax Practice and Chair of the Audit Committee. Earlier in his career, George was a shareholder with Buchanan Ingersoll Professional Corporation (now Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC) where he served as Co-Chair of its Affordable Housing Practice.

A member of the Bar of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, George earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Pittsburgh, his law degree at Duquesne University School of Law and his L.L.M. in Taxation at New York University School of Law.

Past Chair, Tax Section of the Philadelphia Bar Association
Member, Radnor Township Zoning Hearing Board
Member, American Bar Association Forum on Affordable Housing
Past President, Homeless Advocacy Project Board of Directors
Member, Bethesda Family Services Foundation Board of Directors