David Song serves as bond, disclosure, issuer, borrower, and underwriter’s counsel on taxable and tax-exempt financing transactions for numerous governmental entities and large nonprofit organizations such as universities and hospital systems.
I focus on representing states, counties, cities, school districts, large nonprofit organizations, underwriters, and borrowers on a variety of infrastructure and capital improvement finance transactions, including general obligation bonds, revenue bonds, letters of credit, certificates of participation, and tax and revenue anticipation notes. This includes due diligence reviews for compliance with state, local, and federal laws, drafting offering and underlying legal documents, and researching complex legal issues to assist clients with successfully financing their projects.
Prior to joining the firm, my experience included executing tax and complex regulatory compliance projects for public, private, and government clients, as well as preparing and reviewing corporate, pass-through, and individual amended tax returns and representing clients in examinations before the IRS and California Franchise Tax Board.
California State University, B.S.
Loyola Law School, J.D., Tax Law concentration (with honors)
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