Tyler Kalachnik is a partner in the Firm's Municipal Finance Group. Tyler has served as bond counsel, underwriter's counsel, disclosure counsel and borrower's counsel for both long-term and short-term financings involving the pledge of revenues, taxes or a combination thereof. Tyler also has experience in transactions involving letters of credit, standby bond purchase agreements and interest rate swaps.

Representative financings include single and multi-family housing projects, airports, municipal gas utilities, prepaid natural gas transactions, municipal water utilities, Indiana's State Revolving Fund Program, solid waste disposal facilities, 501(c)(3) organizations, road improvements, park improvements, storm water districts, economic development facilities and temporary loan warrants for political subdivisions and school corporations.

Tyler is a 1999 graduate of Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School. In 2003, he earned a Bachelor of Arts in history with a minor in business from Indiana University Bloomington. In 2006, he earned his juris doctorate, summa cum laude, from Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law.

While in law school, Kalachnik was selected and served as a contracts tutor in the Dean's Tutorial Society, an articles editor for the Indiana Law Review, and was a member of the Committee on Diversity Initiative.

Kalachnik is a regular participant in activities of the National Association of Bond Lawyers through speaking engagements and contributions to the NABL education committee. From 2008 to 2011, Kalachnik served on NABL's Functions and Professional Responsibility subcommittee, which completed a revision of the third edition of The Function and Professional Responsibilities of Bond Counsel. From 2009 to 2011, Kalachnik was the chair of the NABL Associate Network. Kalachnik has served as a member of the steering committee for Bond Attorneys Workshop and has served as a Panel Chair for NABL's Tax and Securities Institute.

Tyler is active in the community as the chair of the board of directors of Joy's House, a charitable organization serving the senior community and as a member of the Indiana State Board of Psychology.

In 2009, Tyler was named an Up and Coming Lawyer by The Indiana Lawyer and was named a "Rising Star" from 2013 -2016 by Indiana Super Lawyers.  Tyler is rated "AV - Preeminent" by his peers through the Martindale-Hubbell review process.

He joined Ice Miller in September of 2006 and is licensed to practice law in the state of Indiana.
Representative Transactions
  • Served as Bond Counsel for over $1 billion financing involving Midwestern Disaster Bonds
  • Regularly serve as Bond Counsel for multifamily housing transactions involving HUD loans, HAP contracts and FNMA enhancement
  • Regularly serve as Bond Counsel and Special Issuer Counsel for single family housing bonds under a variety of structures and indentures
  • Served as Bond Counsel for large central Indiana utility service provider in connection with acquisition of new utility assets and issuance of $1.1 billion of bonds
  • Served as Underwriter's Counsel in connection with issuance of over $40 million of hospital bonds for county hospital
  • Served as Bond Counsel for issuance of $1.5 million refunding bonds for 501(c)(3) health care facility
  • Served as Bond Counsel for issuance of $10 million of manufacturing bonds in connection with relocation of an Illinois based company to Indiana
  • Served as Bond Counsel in issuance of pool of solid waste disposal bonds related to dairy farms
  • Regularly serve as bond counsel to Indiana's State Revolving Fund program
  • Regularly serve as bond counsel for Indianapolis Airport Authority.
Firm Publications
Published In
  • "Dodd-Frank Regulations May Require Actions on Swap Agreements," Hoosier Times, Spring 2013.
  • 39 Indiana Law Review 417, 2006
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