Ruth concentrates her practice in the areas of New Markets, Historic and Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, HUD mixed-finance, HOPE VI and Section 202 transactions and federal income taxation. She represents investors, community development entities, developers, lenders and public housing authorities in matters nationwide.
In addition to practicing with Husch Blackwell, Ruth is a principal of Future Unlimited Law PC, a Yelm, Wash.-based law firm with a nationwide tax credit, community development and federal income tax practice. Prior to joining the firm and forming Future Unlimited Law, Ruth was Of Counsel and Co-chair of the Affordable Housing and Community Development Group at Garvey Schubert Barer in Seattle.
Before relocating to Washington state, Ruth was partner in the Tax Department and Vice-chair of the Government Assisted and Affordable Housing Group at Wolf Block Schorr and Solis-Cohen LLP in Philadelphia.
Ruth is a frequent contributor to industry publications and a speaker on affordable housing and New Markets and Historic Tax Credits.
Not admitted to practice in Missouri.