Hawkins Attorneys Presenting on the 2019 NABL’s Workshop Panels
Wednesday, September 11, 2019 to Friday, September 13, 2019
Hawkins attorneys will be discussing an array of essential and current issues at this year National Association of Bond Lawyers’ Workshop. This three- day conference gathers in Chicago and includes leaders and professionals of the public finance industry from across the country.
Hawkins attorneys will be presenting on the following panels:
Michela Daliana – Tax Hot Topics
Brian Garzione – Post-Issuance Issues
Neil Kaplan – Private Activity Bond Tests
Brian Organ – Tax Issues in 501(c)(3) Financings
Kathleen Orlandi – Multifamily Housing – Advanced Session
Chuck Toto – Healthcare Facilities – Non Tax Matters
Howard Zucker – Single Family Housing Bonds
For more information, please visit the NABL website.
Also of Interest
- Revised IRS Form 8038-CP
The Internal Revenue Service released a revised version of Form 8038-CP (Return for Credit Payments to Issuers of Qualified Bonds) dated January 2020.
- Hawkins Attorneys to co-chair and moderate The Bond Buyer’s National Outlook 2020 Conference
Howard Zucker will be co-chairing the Bond Buyer's 2020 National Outlook Conference. This annual event brings together specialists and professionals from every corner of the public finance industry.
- Hawkins Bond Counsel for the 2019 Northeast Deal of the Year
On December 4, 2019, the 18th Edition of the Bond Buyer Deal of the Year awards recognized New York's Battery Park City Authority 2019 financings with the northeast regional Deal of the Year award. Hawkins served as bond counsel for the Authority in connection with its $673 million multi-series transaction.
- Guidance from Treasury regarding USD LIBOR Phase-Out
The Hawkins Advisory discusses recently published Proposed Treasury Regulations that provide guidance as to the ability of parties to variable rate debt and other contracts that currently rely on LIBOR as an interest rate benchmark to alter the documents for these transactions for the purpose of incorporating interest rates reflective of other reference rates. The Advisory also reviews the status of other regulatory efforts to prepare the capital markets to transition from broad reliance upon LIBOR.