Robert C. Reid


Office phone: 850-222-8611

Office Location: Tallahassee



For the past 35 years, Bob Reid’s practice has been concentrated in financial transactions and tax planning. Since 1985, his concentration in tax-exempt and taxable financing has increased so that now he exclusively devotes his practice to this area. Mr. Reid joined Bryant Miller Olive in 1989. He routinely applies his tax background and experience in tax matters arising in financings involving multi-family housing, public housing, retirement centers, hotels, convention and sports facilities, manufacturing and solid waste facilities, educational facilities and governmental projects. Mr. Reid has used his tax and project finance background to lead the firm in tax credit financings using new markets tax credits, historic preservation tax credits and low-income housing tax credits. He also provides consulting and special counsel services to local governments on issues involving the creation and preservation of affordable and workforce housing, and the use of new market tax credits as an economic development tool. He is the Chair of the firm’s Affordable Housing and New Markets Tax Credit practice areas. He is a frequent lecturer at continuing legal education programs, including the National Association of Bond Lawyers annual Bond Attorney Workshop and has been featured in publications such as National Real Estate Investor. Mr. Reid is rated “AV-Preeminent” by Martindale-Hubbell, and is licensed to practice in Tennessee and Florida. He is listed in the Municipal Bond Attorneys’ section of The Bond Buyer’s Municipal Marketplace and is a member of The Florida Bar and National Association of Bond Lawyers. Mr. Reid graduated from the University of Memphis School of Law in 1976 and received a Master of Laws in Taxation from the University of Florida College of Law in 1985.


College: University of Memphis – B.A., Psychology, 1973

Law School: University of Memphis School of Law- J.D., 1976

Other school or degree: University of Florida College of Law – Master of Laws in Taxation (LLM), 1985


The Florida Bar (1989)

Tennessee Bar (1976)


Tennessee Supreme Court, 1976

Florida Supreme Court, 1989

US Tax Court, 1985

All Florida Courts


Named Top Rated Lawyer in Banking and Finance by the American Lawyer Magazine, 2014


Can PACE lead Us to Recovery?, Florida Green Building Magazine, Summer 2010

Miami Beach: Receded, Revised and Reaffirmed, Fla. B.J., Feb. 2009, at 18



Bonds, Ethics and Sunshine 101, Fla. Assoc. of Local Housing Finance Authorities, 2015 Educational Conference, July 2015

New Markets Tax Credits: A Primer, Pinellas County Economic Development Council, June 2015