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Ross Martin focuses his practice on public finance, special districts and public law. He serves as general counsel and bond counsel to special districts, including municipal utility districts, fresh water supply districts, special utility districts, municipal management districts, water control and improvement districts, and other improvement districts providing water, sewer, drainage, roadway and transportation infrastructure for master-planned developments, commercial developments and mixed-use developments.

He also serves as bond counsel to cities and counties in all facets of public finance, with a focus on cities in areas experiencing rapid growth. Ross has also served as counsel on PID creation and special assessments and as bond counsel on PID assessment revenue bonds, combination contract revenue and special assessment bonds, and the refunding of those obligations.

Ross has represented and created special districts before the Texas Legislature and federal, state and local agencies, and has provided municipal law and economic development counsel to counties, cities and developers. He also regularly counsels developers in land use and development issues, including the negotiation of development agreements and CCN and utility matters.

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