Catherine Romanchek focuses her practice on public finance transactions, serving as bond counsel in general obligation and revenue financings for public issuers including counties, cities, villages, townships, airport authorities, library districts and park districts. Catherine is experienced in public offerings, direct purchases, multimodal and variable rate tender deals, transactions involving credit enhancement facilities such as letters of credit and liquidity facilities, special assessments, certificates of participation, municipal infrastructure projects including projects for airports and water, sewer and electrical systems, election law and other matters.

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    • Serving as bond counsel and disclosure counsel for the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority.
    • Serving as bond counsel for the City of Cleveland, Ohio with respect to its general obligation, revenue and special obligation financings, including financings related to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, Cleveland Division of Water and Cleveland Public Power.
    • Representing Ohio local governments in the issuance of bonds and notes.
    • Serving as bond counsel on revenue financing transactions for municipal airports, water and sewer systems and municipal electrical systems.
    • Preparing leases, trust agreements and financing documents for certificates of participation for stadium financings.

    Education

    • University of Michigan, J.D., cum laude, Associate Editor, Michigan Journal of International Law, 2003
    • University of Notre Dame, B.A., magna cum laude, 2000

    Admissions

    • Ohio, 2003

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