Arthur Cohen is Recognized by Continental Who's Who
Arthur Cohen is recognized by Continental Who's Who as a Pinnacle Lifetime Member in the field of Law in recognition of his role as Partner of Hawkins Delafield & Wood LLP.
Arthur’s legal career of more than 40 years has been spent entirely at Hawkins. He is an economic development, government finance and project finance attorney who has served as bond counsel, underwriters’ counsel and borrower’s counsel for varied projects and financings throughout the country.
"Having spent his entire professional career in lower Manhattan, Arthur Cohen is most proud of his role as counsel to the underwriters for the multiple municipal bond financings necessary to provide funds for the reconstruction of each of Towers 3, 4 and 7 of New York's World Trade Center, as well as for the financing of the office building known as One Bryant Park in Times Square utilizing for the first time a combined financing structure of both municipal revenue bonds and collateralized mortgage-backed securities".
Arthur dedicated this recognition to his family as well as Robert C. Rosenberg, his late mentor at Hawkins Delafield who hired him and gave him a chance to succeed by teaching Arthur everything about the practice.
Also of Interest
- Four Hawkins Transactions Win Bond Buyer Deal of the Year Awards
Hawkins is proud to have served as counsel on four financings that won The Bond Buyer deal of the year awards for 2020.
- SEC Exemptive Order re Municipal Advisors
This Hawkins Advisory describes the SEC’s exemptive order of June 16, 2020, which provides a temporary exemption from registration as a broker for registered municipal advisors, subject to satisfaction of certain conditions.
- SEC Statement on Disclosure by Municipal Issuers regarding the Impact of COVID-19
This Advisory provides a summary and analysis of the SEC’s public statement directed to issuers of municipal securities regarding disclosures about the impact of COVID-19 on their financial and operating conditions.
- Released Regulatory Relief for Issuers of Certain Tax-Exempt Bonds
Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service released welcome temporary guidance addressing two of the many issues provoked by the COVID 19 pandemic.