Amy Corsaro's primary practice concentration is in municipal and tax-exempt finance. She provides counsel representing 501(c)(3) and governmental clients. She also provides counsel on Section 103 tax issues, including arbitrage rebate compliance and representation including IRS audits.
A native of Greenwood, Ind., she graduated in 1989 from Indiana University–Bloomington with a Bachelor of Science in mathematics. She earned her juris doctorate, magna cum laude, in 1994 from Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law.
Amy originally joined Ice Miller in 1996. She left in 2003 to serve as a consultant to the Indianapolis Bond Bank. In July 2004, she became general counsel to the Indiana Health Facility Financing Authority. In May 2005, she served as in-house counsel for special projects at the Indiana Finance Authority. She returned to Ice Miller in July 2006.
Reported and Representative Cases
Amy regularly advises large and small issuers of tax-exempt bonds as to compliance with post-issuance federal tax requirements.
In the arbitrage rebate area, Amy performs rebate analysis and reviews rebate calculations for numerous clients each year.