Utilizing her broad public law expertise, Heather Baldwin Vlasuk focuses her practice on public finance transactions, serving as bond counsel in general obligation and revenue financings for public issuers.
Heather has a wide range of experience in public law, advising municipalities, townships, counties and other political subdivisions on a wide variety of matters, including economic development, real estate and land use. Heather’s experience includes facilitating eminent domain and special assessments proceedings on behalf of public entities. Heather has also successfully represented public entities in legal actions before state and federal courts, including actions under 42 USC 1983, as well as in administrative proceedings before regulatory agencies such as the Ohio Liquor Commission and Ohio Public Utilities Commission.
Immediately prior to joining Squire Patton Boggs, Heather served as general counsel to a captive insurance enterprise, which included segregated account facilities and 831(b) captive management.