Barron focuses on public finance, urban infrastructure and transportation development, state legislative matters, and public/private partnerships. He has experience with municipal finance and public law matters, including traditional municipal finance, tax increment finance, urban infrastructure and redevelopment, and structuring public/private joint ventures.
Barron serves as bond counsel for cities, counties, state agencies, and special districts, including local government corporations. In addition to bond counsel engagements, he serves as underwriters counsel to national and regional investment banking firms in bond transactions. He also serves as general counsel to conduit bond issuers, tax increment reinvestment zones, local government corporations and certain special districts.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Barron F. Wallace