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Novermber 10, 2016

Kutak Rock served as Bond Counsel to the City of Los Angeles in connection with the financing of construction of El Segundo Apartments, a facility which will in part house 25 chronically homeless veterans.

October 6, 2016

Kutak Rock served as bond counsel on the first phase of Louisiana State University’s $575 million Nicholson Gateway Project in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

August 25, 2016

Attorneys in Kutak Rock's Denver office served as bond counsel in Colorado's largest tax-exempt bond financing so far this year.

May 16, 2016

Kutak Rock announces that Atlanta, GA public finance partner David L. Amsden has been elected as the firm's new Vice Chair, effective April 1, 2016.

February 16, 2016

Kutak Rock attorneys served as bond counsel to Boulder County Housing Authority in the financing of the Kestrel 200-unit affordable housing development in Louisville, Colorado.

September 4, 2015
August 3, 2015

Kutak Rock served as state and local bond counsel for the Colorado Department of Education’s BEST Grant Program designed to build and improve Colorado educational facilities. The Kutak Rock team served as bond counsel to the State of Colorado on all of its financings through the program. The firm also served as local bond counsel to over half of the participating schools in the financings.

August 3, 2015

Kutak Rock served as bond counsel to the City and County of Denver in the financing of 223 new low-income apartments in Denver’s Five Points neighborhood. The Kutak Rock team, led by John Henry, Jack McGill and Fred Marienthal, assisted in closing the $43 million financing to build the new apartment buildings.

May 1, 2015

A team of Kutak Rock attorneys, led by partners Fred Marienthal and Micah Halverson of the firm's Denver office, served as borrower’s counsel in a $20 million bond financing for the SilverLakes Equestrian and Sports Park in Norco, California.

April 1, 2015

Kutak Rock attorneys Daniel Lynch and Mario Trimble, partners in the firm’s Denver office, represented the City of Aurora, Colorado as bond counsel on a $1.4 million financing to expand the Aurora History Museum to include a restored 100-year-old trolley.

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