Jade Turner-Bond, an attorney in our Project Finance and Public Finance group, represents diverse clients in the financing and refinancing of infrastructure and capital improvements projects for state and local municipal entities. Her experience includes serving as bond counsel, disclosure counsel and underwriter’s counsel on a broad entire spectrum of tax-exempt debt types and structures and related instruments, including revenue bonds, general obligation bonds, letters of credit, certificates of participation, and tax and revenue anticipation notes.
My practice focuses on structuring and documenting capital market transactions. I team with my clients to work efficiently and effectively to achieve their goals of getting to a successful closing without drama or distraction. Much of my work involves financing and refinancing infrastructure projects such as capital improvements, water and wastewater facilities, light rail lines, and airports. I also advise issuers, underwriters, municipal advisors and investors in the fast-evolving landscape of municipal securities regulation and enforcement including regulatory compliance, and primary and secondary market disclosure. Representative clients include the City of Los Angeles, the State of California, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, the County of Contra Costa, the J. Paul Getty Trust, the State of New Jersey and a number of underwriting firms.
With the SEC increasing their focus on disclosure in both the primary and secondary market, and the IRS enforcing compliance more strictly, it’s vital that issuers revisit their documents and create the policies and procedures that will protect them in case of an audit or investigation. I’d love to leverage my past experience to help protect both issuers and underwriters.
National Association of Bond Lawyers | January 31, 2020
Los Angeles Project Finance and Public Finance associate Jade Turner-Bond discusses her career, her hobbies, and the value of NABL membership in this Q+A.
To Live and Law in LA | December 18, 2018
In our Season 2 finale, and the first episode in what will be an ongoing discussion on the city’s homelessness crisis, the hosts talk with LAPD Officer Deon Joseph about the 20 years he has spent patrolling one of the most notorious homeless communities in the world: Los Angeles’ Skid Row. Attorneys Jade Turner-Bond and Shannon Egan host.
To Live and Law in LA | December 11, 2018
Los Angeles entertainment partner and Billboard Top Music Lawyer Julian Petty talks about the lack of diverse legal representation in the hip-hop industry, why he made the switch from aspiring rapper to lawyer, and his background representing some of the biggest names in the business, including Childish Gambino and the estate of the Notorious B.I.G. Associates Jade Turner-Bond and Neal Gauger host.
To Live and Law in LA | December 05, 2018
Los Angeles associates Jade Turner-Bond and Shannon Egan host this week’s episode, featuring a discussion of California’s new law, SB 826, which requires every publicly traded company in the state to have at least one woman on its board. The hosts discuss SB 826 with Megan Sette and Miki Reynolds, heads of Grid 110, a downtown Los Angeles startup accelerator with a focus on women founders.
To Live and Law in LA | November 27, 2018
Los Angeles attorneys Aaron Brian, Shannon Egan, Neal Gauger and Jade Turner-Bond take listener questions in this week’s episode of To Live and Law in LA. Among the topics: The future of the Supreme Court, and whether it’s better to own a dragon or be a dragon.
S2 E2: Inside an immigrant detainee camp | October 24, 2018
In this week’s episode of the podcast, associate Neal Gauger talks about his efforts volunteering with the ACLU inside a federal prison outside Los Angeles, where he and others sought to help asylum seekers being held in inhumane conditions. This episode is hosted by counsel Aaron Brian and associates Jade Turner-Bond and Shannon Egan.
To Live and Law in LA | October 16, 2018
On the Season 2 premiere, we speak with Wall Street Journal legal reporter Sara Randazzo and Nixon Peabody partners Justin Thompson and Jill Gordon about diversity initiatives, technological disruptions and the future of the legal industry. The podcast is hosted by Nixon Peabody associate Jade Turner-Bond.
Public Finance | 07.30.20
Public Finance | 07.30.20
University of California, Davis, B.A.
University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, J.D.
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