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mdruck@winstead.com

Marc Druck is a member of Winstead's Public Finance Practice Group.  Marc joined Winstead in 2016 after serving as an Assistant Attorney General in the Public Finance Division of the Office of the Texas Attorney General where he reviewed taxable and tax-exempt obligations issued by cities, counties, special districts, state agencies, and non-profit corporations.  Marc also gained experience in local governance and administrative law while serving as the ethics Compliance Auditor for the City of San Antonio.

Representative Experience

  • Served as bond counsel to a school district calling an election on and issuing over $100,000,000 in Unlimited Tax Bonds.
  • Represented municipalities and counties as bond counsel in the issuance of multiple series of public securities, including certificates of obligation and revenue bonds, purchased by the United States Department of Agriculture’s Rural Development program.
  • Represented multiple fresh water supply districts and water control and improvement districts as bond counsel in the issuance of unlimited tax road and utility bonds.
  • Served as bond counsel to a county calling an election on and issuing bonds to construct community venues and tourist attractions.
  • Served as trustee’s counsel in a multifamily-housing transaction involving the issuance of over $28,000,000 in convertible notes.
  • Served as bond counsel to multiple economic development corporations in the issuance of sales tax revenue bonds, and the refinancing of sales tax revenue bonds and other economic development projects, including drafting and negotiating agreements among the corporations and local political subdivisions.
  • Served as bond counsel to two municipalities in 2017 that issued over $70,000,000 in contract revenue and special assessment bonds in connection with their public improvement districts.
  • Assisted with the representation of multiple municipalities and counties as underwriter’s counsel.
  • Assisted with the representation of two underwriters as disclosure counsel.

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