Mark Norell has over two decades' experience in matters relating to public finance transactions. He has a broad range of experience on tax matters related to financings for numerous general-purpose governmental issuers, municipal utility systems (public power, wastewater treatment), health care systems, solid waste and other utility systems, universities, airports and seaports, manufacturing facilities, and other significant public infrastructure projects. He regularly advises clients in connection with matters involving workouts, interest rate swaps, and hedges. Mark also counsels clients on project financings, refundings, conduit financings, fixed and variable rate issues, derivatives, insured financings, debt portfolio restructurings, forward deliveries, original issue discount, contingent payment and reissuance regulations, private-use issues related to tax-exempt bonds, compliance with rebate requirements applicable to tax-exempt bonds, and general tax matters.
Mark also has considerable experience with quasi-governmental organizations governed by Section 115 of the Internal Revenue Code as well as various 501(c) and other nonprofit entities, and has represented clients in administrative proceedings before the IRS, including obtaining complex private-letter rulings, audits, and closing agreements.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Mark O. Norell