Mitch Rapaport focuses on tax issues related to public finance and infrastructure finance transactions. During more than 35 years in practice, he has participated in a wide variety of tax-exempt financings, with an emphasis on public-private partnership transactions and other project financings. Mitch has worked on numerous public power financings, stadium and convention center transactions, as well as education, infrastructure, and other industrial projects.
Having worked for the U.S. Treasury, IRS, and in private practice, I focus my work on three main areas to assist clients in complex tax-exempt finance transactions and related matters.
I see an increasing interest in governmental entities and private companies working together to develop and finance critical infrastructure, particularly with respect to roads, bridges, airports, and other transportation facilities, while maximizing the use of tax-exempt bonds to finance these projects. We have worked with a variety of industry participants in developing financing structures to meet these goals.
District of Columbia
Georgetown University, LL.M.
George Washington University, J.D.
Hofstra University, B.A.
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