Milan Laufik is an associate at the firm’s Irvine office, where he focuses his practice on facilities, construction, and property matters. Mr. Laufik has experience representing a variety of public authorities in California, Nevada, Hawaii, and Wisconsin in tax-exempt and taxable financings involving multifamily housing revenue bonds, and has drafted financing agreements, regulatory agreements, tax certificates, and bond opinions. He has previously served as bond counsel and district counsel, where he represented a variety of school districts in tax-exempt financings involving general obligation bonds, special tax bonds, and refunding bonds. As international tax counsel at a previous firm, he assisted with the defense of a major dispute involving tax controversy and transfer pricing.
Prior to beginning his legal career, Mr. Laufik completed the AmeriCorps VISTA program, helping to supervise a mentor program for at-risk students at Willard Middle School in Berkeley, California. During law school, he served as the Note Development Editor for the Boston University International Law Journal. He is ALTA language test certified for fluency in Spanish reading.
News & Publications
“Real Estate Investment in the Czech Republic: Legal Framework & Business Entity Options,” Lexplique (June 2015)
J.D. Boston University School of Law
B.S. University of California, Berkeley, Walter A. Haas School of Business
- Judicial Law Clerk, Honorable Jeffrey W. Johnson, U.S. District Court, Central District of California
Law Clerk, State of Connecticut Superior Court
- 2007, California