Isaac concentrates his practice on public finance transactions. He serves as bond counsel, disclosure counsel, underwriters’ counsel and issuers’ counsel in connection with a broad range of publicly offered and privately placed tax-exempt and taxable financings for local governments, airports, water and sewer systems, tax increment/special assessment districts, sports facilities, colleges and universities, and multifamily housing facilities.

    Isaac also counsels local governments and private companies in connection with economic development incentives packages for new business investments and expansion projects.

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    • Served as special counsel, bond counsel and disclosure counsel to a large development authority in connection with the development and financing of a new NFL stadium.
    • Represented a large municipal airport in connection with the establishment of a commercial paper program and the negotiation of a bank credit facility.
    • Served as bond counsel to a community improvement district in connection with general obligation bonds secured by a tiered revenue stream, including district assessments, tax allocation increments, payments-in-lieu of taxes and special service district (SSD) taxes.
    • Served as bond counsel to a large municipality in connection with a US$1.2 billion water and sewer refunding bond issue.
    • Served as bond counsel to housing authorities in connection with the issuance of multifamily housing revenue bonds.
    • Served as counsel to development authorities and developers in connection with incentives for economic development and affordable housing transactions.
    • Served as underwriters’ counsel in connection with the issuance by a regional water pollution control authority of revenue refunding bonds.
    • Served as bond counsel to a large municipality in connection with the competitive sale of general obligation referendum bonds.
    • Served as underwriters’ counsel in connection with the issuance of tax increment financing bonds supported by state general fund appropriations.
    • Served as series bond counsel for a state’s general obligation bond issuance program.

    Education

    • University of Connecticut School of Law, J.D., Associate Editor, Connecticut Law Review, 2010
    • University of Georgia, B.A., 2006

    Admissions

    • Georgia, 2016
    • Connecticut, 2010

    Memberships and Affiliations

    • Member, National Association of Bond Lawyers (NABL)
    • Member, State Bar of Georgia, Government Attorneys and Local Government Law Sections
    • Member, Atlanta Bar Association
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