Jeffrey A. Nemecek is a highly experienced and nationally recognized public finance attorney who has worked in many areas of the public financing arena. He is apparently skilled and knowledgeable when it comes to dealing with all sorts of complex transactions, and he tends to approach them from an innovative perspective.
Over the course of his career, Jeffrey Nemecek has gained experience as a bond counsel and as an underwriters’ counsel, and he has had a hand in more than $5 billion in closed public financing transactions so far, covering 21 states, in all. Among the projects in which Jeffrey has played an active role have included infrastructure project, like solid waste and resource recovery facilities, water and sewer facilities, airports and hydroelectric facilities, as well as hospitals, schools, courthouses, correctional facilities and facilities for non-profits, to help them improve the communities in which he operates. Among the types of financing Jeffrey Nemecek has worked with has run the gamut, including project-revenue financing, conduit transactions, excise tax revenue obligations, loan pool obligations, taxpayer funded projects and obligations, and government appropriated funding options, including tax-exempt and taxable obligations.
Jeffrey A. Nemecek graduated from Hamilton College, located in Clinton, New York, in 1970 with a Bachelor’s Degree and went on to obtain his Juris Doctor Law Degree from theUniversity of Chicago Law School in 1974. He has been admitted to practice last in Alabama since 1975, New York since 1977, Minnesota since 1984, Florida in 1987 and New Jersey since 1989. Overall, Jeffrey has more than 30 years’ experience in the practice of law, primarily in the areas of public and project financing.