Tyler J. Compton

Tyler J. Compton Associate
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Proposed Honda-LG Energy Solution $3.5 billion battery plant (Fayette County, Ohio)

Represented Fayette County, the Jefferson Township - Washington Court House Joint Economic Development District, and the West Central Ohio Port Authority in various aspects of the proposed Honda-LG Energy Solution $3.5 billion battery plant joint venture to be located in northwest Fayette County. This work included negotiation of a development agreement, implementation of tax increment financing, use of a joint economic development district to support the project, and negotiation and documentation of direct incentives including property tax exemptions and sales and use tax exemptions with respect to building materials for the proposed plant.


L Brands Beauty Park campus in New Albany, Ohio

Served as bond counsel to the Heath-Newark-Licking County Port Authority for an approximately $230,000,000 revenue bond issue to fund the costs of construction of a 360,000 square-foot office facility and a 500,000 square-foot distribution facility. Advice included negotiating sales and use tax abatements on building materials and real property tax abatements on real property tax values.


$120 million mixed-use development project

Successfully led the closing of a mixed-use public-private development project in downtown Columbus, Ohio. Served multiple roles in the project’s financing, including as bond counsel to the developer, commercial loan bank representative and legal counsel for PACE financing.


Compton shares Ohio’s short-term municipal tax plan, cities fear lo...

In an article featuring information from attorney Ty Compton, explores financial concerns of a local suburb, caused by prolonged work from home arrangements.

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Municipal income tax withholding: Working from home amid pandemic


Bricker welcomes 2017 summer associates

This week, the firm welcomes seven new summer associates, with a diverse range of backgrounds, skills and interests to contribute to the firm’s program.

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Resource Center

PACE Financing
Resource Center

Bricker & Eckler is a leader in property assessed clean energy (PACE) Financing and its implementation in Ohio. PACE laws allows property owners to borrow money through governmental loans or bonds to pay for energy improvements to their properties. The resource center explains energy SIDs and PACE financing and demonstrates how these tools can help local governments, industries, businesses or homeowners how to achieve their green energy goals.