Peggy serves as one of KJK’s leading resources in taxation, public and private finance, non-profit law, general corporate law, economic development, public law and real estate. Her clients include businesses, non-profit organizations and governmental entities.
With a unique combination of training in law, accounting and finance, Peggy brings precise attention to detail to even the most sophisticated and complex cases. Peggy represents public issuers, non-profit organizations and underwriters in the areas of public finance and public law. She has represented clients serving as bond counsel, issuer counsel and borrower counsel. For governmental entities, Peggy also provides counsel regarding continuing disclosure requirements, ethics laws, annexation, public meeting and public records laws, tax levies, special assessments, real estate, election law issues and more.
Peggy advises businesses on issues of structuring and capital formation, governance and operations, executive compensation, acquisitive and divestiture transactions, mergers and reorganizations, succession planning and dissolution. She advises clients in international, federal, state and local tax planning and controversy matters. She has significant experience in drafting the most complex partnership, LLC and other similar corporate agreements. For foundations and non-profit organizations, Peggy provides assistance with formation, obtaining federal tax-exempt status, operation and dissolution.
Peggy formerly served as the Village Solicitor of Hartville, Ohio. Outside of her legal work, Peggy is an equestrian and enjoys spending time with her friends hiking.