King & Spalding has been nationally recognized for its expertise in the area of public finance for nearly 70 years, providing advice on the full spectrum of tax-exempt and taxable bond financings. We routinely serve as bond counsel, special tax and project counsel on the structuring of governmental financings for school buildings, courthouses, public administration facilities, water and sewer projects and other public facilities, and as bond counsel on conduit issues to finance facilities for nonprofit institutions such as healthcare and education providers and cultural institutions. We also have vast experience as both bond and underwriter’s counsel in the tax-exempt financing of airports, docks and wharves, sports facilities, utilities and manufacturing facilities. Our firm is well-recognized for our work in negotiating economic incentives through public-private arrangements among state and local officials and private companies. Our practice also includes representing entities in examinations or inquiries from the IRS, SEC or other governmental entities involving tax exempt financings. Our practice also includes representing direct bond purchasers, credit enhancers, bond insurers, liquidity providers and similar entities in connection with tax exempt financings. Our public finance lawyers are located in our Atlanta and New York offices, but work on transactions throughout the United States.