Our long history of financing public sector infrastructure gives us a deep understanding of the motivations behind the P3 model, as well as its benefits and pitfalls.
With one of the nation’s largest and most respected Public Finance practices, we know how to access municipal bond financing in P3 projects and how to address the myriad tax issues that arise in this context.
Our attorneys have extensive experience in the P3 space’s active sectors, including transportation (roads, bridges, tunnels and airports), water and waste-water, student housing and social infrastructure and solid waste. We stay abreast of the issues and challenges facing our clients in these sectors and actively engage in a wide range of industry groups, allowing us to propose innovative solutions to our clients’ issues on a real-time basis.
Projects on which our attorneys have worked include:
The Bond Buyer | December 14, 2020
This article mentions the firm as co-bond counsel to Empire State Development Corporation’s scheduled issuance of PIT bonds on behalf of New York State in a competitive deal to fund capital projects, for the work by New York City partner Chris Reitzel, counsel Abbie Olsen and associates Adam Gordon and Kate Stack, and Washington, D.C. partner Bruce Serchuk and associate Joel Swearingen, all in the Project Finance & Public Finance group.
P3 Bulletin | July 25, 2018
New York City Project Finance and Public Finance partner Roddy Devlin is quoted in this article discussing a recent bill passed by New Jersey legislators that could increase the frequency of public-private partnership (P3) projects.
Public Finance Alert | 01.29.20
08.12.20 | Webinar
07.22.19 | San Diego, CA
09.26.18 | Webinar
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