Drummond Woodsum’s public finance law team serves as bond counsel and issuer’s counsel on behalf of municipalities, school districts, counties, and other governmental entities. The firm is listed in the “Red Book” as recognized bond counsel for Maine and New Hampshire.
We have extensive experience with many aspects of public finance law including tax exempt bonds, tax credit bonds, TRANs and lease purchase agreements. More generally, we advise our clients on a wide range of financial and business matters, including local budget authorization, tax assessment, education funding, reorganization, employee benefits, public bidding and procurement. We have extensive experience representing the public owner in all aspects of construction projects.
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