Shipman & Goodwin has extensive experience in representing issuers, underwriters, borrowers, trustees and credit enhancers in public finance transactions. Our attorneys have handled matters for clients involving the issuance of general obligation and revenue bonds and notes, and obligations under the State's Clean Water Fund Program, including drinking water grants and loans including grants and loans from the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development for brownfield and other environmental remediation costs. In connection with these transactions, we have drafted and negotiated, among other things, indentures, loan agreements, lease-purchase agreements, mortgages, bond purchase agreements, security agreements, guarantees, swap agreements, letters of credit and reimbursement agreements on behalf of issuers, underwriters, borrowers, credit enhancers and bond trustees.
We have also assisted clients with rating agency and bond insurance requirements and procedures. We have represented parties in financings in Connecticut and Massachusetts. Shipman & Goodwin has been a nationally recognized bond counsel firm since 1984.