Chapman frequently serves as counsel to leading national and regional investment banking firms throughout the nation in connection with the underwriting and remarketing of state and local government obligations.
We have a solid track record of counseling investment bankers in complex public finance transactions.
According to Thomson Reuters municipal market reports, Chapman served as underwriters' counsel on 60 long-term municipal new issues totaling more than $2.7 billion during 2015.
Chapman attorneys assist their investment banking clients in structuring and analyzing bond issues; in reviewing bond documents and agreed-upon procedures letters; in drafting official statements, bond purchase agreements, remarketing agreements, continuing disclosure undertakings and agreements among underwriters; in conducting their due diligence reviews; and in qualifying bonds for sale under state securities laws.
Chapman has the experience to counsel investment banking clients on all facets of their evolving obligations under regulations of both the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board.