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Public Finance

Our Public Finance practice helps local governments, private industry, and nonprofit corporations finance projects that create jobs and raise the quality of life in Kentucky. Our work stretches across the state and includes projects that can be financed on a tax-exempt or taxable basis.

Our Public Finance practice has made significant contributions to communities and industries throughout Kentucky. Our legal services have helped to contribute to the construction of schools, healthcare facilities, and college arenas as well as the provision of clean water, affordable electricity, and transportation infrastructure that serve people throughout Kentucky. We represent many different parties to financings including issuers, underwriters, lenders, conduit borrowers, and trustees.

Our attorneys understand the complex nature of public finance including having particular knowledge of federal and Kentucky tax, securities, and other laws that impact public finance transactions.

The scope of our services in this area includes financings related to:

  • Public buildings and structures
  • Utilities
  • Hospitals and other healthcare facilities
  • Education
  • Airports and transportation
  • Convention centers
  • Industrial development
  • Solid waste facilities
  • 501(c)(3) facilities

Public Finance Attorneys

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