David Horner joins Hunton & Williams infrastructure PPP practice

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David Horner joins Hunton & Williams infrastructure PPP practice

David B. Horner has returned to Hunton & Williams LLP as a partner in the firm’s infrastructure public-private partnerships practice. A former Hunton & Williams corporate associate, he has served at the US Department of Transportation as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Transportation Policy and as Chief Counsel of the Federal Transit Administration.

John D. O’Neill Jr., managing partner of the firm’s Richmond office and co-head of the firm’s public finance practice group, stated:

“We are very pleased to welcome David back. David’s understanding of promoting private investment in the US transportation network, and his experience in P3 project procurement and related federal regulatory matters are the perfect complement for our clients and our considerable P3 infrastructure and public finance practice.”

Horner has represented governmental entities in P3 infrastructure transactions and has represented clients on matters throughout the United States. He has written and spoken extensively on the US market for infrastructure public-private partnerships. A graduate of Kenyon College, Horner received a MPhil degree from Oxford University (St. Antony’s College), and a law degree from Washington & Lee University. He is admitted to the bar in New York and Virginia and is resident in Washington.

The firm's multidisciplinary P3 practice team advises on projects involving highways and bridges, toll roads, transit systems, airports, water and sewer facilities, power facilities, telecommunications and fiber-optic systems, schools, and mixed-use facilities. The group regularly collaborates with the firm’s tax, real estate and land use, and environmental lawyers who are intimately familiar with the US and state-specific statutes and regulations that apply to projects in the United States.

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