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smccormick@winstead.com

Sean McCormick is a member of Winstead’s Public Finance Practice Group. Sean's practice focuses on the use of special districts, including public improvement districts, tax increment reinvestment zones, municipal utility districts, and municipal management districts as tools to fund the development of master planned residential and mixed-use communities. Sean has experience representing underwriters and developers in commercial and residential real estate development. Before joining Winstead, Sean practiced in the Open Records Division at the Office of the Attorney General for the State of Texas.

Representative Experience

  • Represented cities in multiple phases of financing and development of residential and commercial real estate projects through the issuance of special district assessment-backed bonds. 
  • Served as Disclosure Counsel to cities and special districts as they issue assessment-backed bonds. 
  • Served as Underwriter’s Counsel in the issuance of $50MM of bonds to support the renovation of the area surrounding a closed mall.  
  • Represented Real Estate Developers as they seek to partner with municipalities to issue bonds to support residential or commercial construction.

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