Public Finance and Infrastructure
Squire Sanders global public finance and infrastructure practices provide a broad and diverse range of legal services to public authorities throughout New York State including industrial development agencies, local development corporations (LDCs) and not-for-profit corporations. Squire Sanders has deep experience in every type of economic development and urban renewal financing. Our lawyers regularly act as legal advisers to public authorities in connection with a wide variety of matters, such as: P3 new infrastructure financing; environmental law; energy law; government ethics and training; open meetings and public records law; legislative drafting; straight-lease and real estate transactions; land use law; employee and labor relations and benefits law; public utility law; and litigation and alternative dispute resolution.
Squire Sanders lawyers are leaders in drafting amendments to the New York General Municipal Law provisions on tax increment financing. We are at the forefront of opining on the use of LDCs to finance public facilities, spiking budget expenses and eligible “qualified 501(c)(3)” healthcare and educational facilities.
Squire Sanders is among the top bond counsel firms in the country, ranking 4th nationally in 2011 and consistently ranking in the top 5 since 2001. Our economic development finance experience and expertise is enhanced by our global resources to provide outstanding value and service to our public authority clients.
For more information on Squire Sanders global public finance and infrastructure practices, please contact:
Kenneth W. Bond
T: 212 872 9817
T: 212 872 9862
Christopher J. Reitzel
T: 212 872 9874