Resources for local government attorneys

Resources for local government attorneys

Over the years our blog has featured many articles of particular interest to attorneys representing their local government clients in a financing transaction. Many of these posts contain links to useful forms. Of course, the posts and the forms provide general information only, and lawyers will have to use their own best judgment in applying our information to their facts and circumstances. Here are some of particular interest:

Local counsel’s role in a local government financing

The (very) basics of local government borrowing in North Carolina

What is a “capital cost” for the use of financing proceeds?

Don’t Get Caught by the IRS Rules on Reimbursement

An updated version of the “45-day” Joint Committee letter form

Local Counsel Opinions in Local Government Financings

Best practices for waivers of Attorney conflicts by local governments

It’s Attorney Audit Letter Season!