Mark Boatman’s practice relates primarily to public finance matters. Representing clients as bond counsel, issuer’s counsel, underwriter’s counsel, and bank counsel, he has been involved hundreds of public finance transactions funding billions of dollars in public and private projects. Mark’s knowledge and experience with respect to federal, state, and local legal regimes allows him to guide clients through the often complex world of tax-exempt financing transactions, from the initial structuring of the transaction to achieving the parties’ objectives, to the closing, funding, and construction of the project.
As counsel to municipalities, banks, non-profit organizations, investment banking firms, and small manufacturers, Mark structures complex deals to finance infrastructure projects, cash flow borrowings, redevelopment projects, and other projects. His work has resulted in the financing or refinancing of public-private projects including sports stadiums, hospitals, educational facilities, student housing, convention centers and other public buildings; business parks, shopping malls, hotels, and other commercial projects; and water, sewer, transportation, and other public infrastructure projects.