Patton Boggs strengthens infrastructure team in New York & Washington DC
- Patton Boggs
Patton Boggs has established a public finance practice and significantly enhanced its private fund investment and infrastructure transactions capabilities with the addition of four prominent attorneys - three in its New York office and one in Washington DC.
Joining the firm in New York are Alphonso E. (Al) Tindall, Jr., Sani A. Williams and Deborah Hartmann Henry. Joining the firm in Washington DC is Alethia N. Nancoo. Ms. Nancoo and Mr. Tindall join as partners, while Mr. Williams and Ms. Henry join as of counsel. The group brings extensive experience in international, domestic and municipal public and project finance, private fund investment and infrastructure transactions and matters.
Mr. Tindall has been involved in all phases of public finance with more than 30 years of practice experience, including significant state and states authority level issues, principally focused on the development and implementation of state programs. He has delivered bond or underwriter's counsel opinions on more than $20 billion of financing.
Ms. Nancoo's expertise is focused on public and project debt financings, with particular emphasis on infrastructure, airport, surface transportation, mixed-use multifamily housing, and water and sewer utility sectors. She has also advised national and regional investment banking institutions on a wide range of public and project finance transactions in the United States and the Caribbean.
Mr. Williams has worked on transactions aggregating in the tens of billions of dollars, and his work encompasses a variety of financing structures, including revenue and general obligation bonds, certificates of participation, credit/liquidity facilities, P3 partnerships, federal infrastructure loans and short term cash flow borrowings.
Ms. Henry has served as bond counsel, underwriter's counsel, borrower's counsel, and special counsel in various tax-exempt revenue financings involving industrial development, airports, colleges and universities, stadiums, housing and health care, water and sewer, tax increment financings, pooled financings, municipal lease and lease-purchase transactions and certificates of participation.