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Paul has more than 25 years of experience helping clients successfully negotiate and execute public finance transactions. His practice spans a vast range of public finance transactions, including general obligation bonds, revenue bonds, special and limited obligation bonds, installment and lease-purchase financings and certificates of participation (COPs), as well as interest rate swaps and other derivative instruments relating to such financings.
Paul works on financings for state and local government units, authorities and agencies, nonprofit hospitals, colleges and universities and other 501(c)(3) organizations primarily serving as bond counsel, underwriter’s/purchaser’s counsel and borrower’s counsel. He has worked on financings for public projects, including schools, courthouses, jails, stadiums, public utilities, hospitals and educational facilities. His clients include some of the major issuers in the State of North Carolina, including the Cities of Fayetteville, Greensboro, High Point, the Counties of Forsyth and Pitt, UNC Hospitals, Mission Health Care System, Vidant Health and the North Carolina State Ports Authority, as well as major financial institutions.
Paul has also assisted in drafting many legislative bills relating to public finance matters in North Carolina.
Member of National Association of Bond Lawyers