Kutak Rock attorney John L. Petr will be presenting at the Seventh Annual Alaska Construction Law seminar in Anchorage, Alaska on November 11, 2014. The seminar gives insight into the challenges brought on by environmental law, ethics in bidding and proposals, and project delivery systems being used in Alaska.
Petr will serve on the panel, “Public Private Partnerships,” with Arthur T. Kolios of Perkins Coie LLP and moderator Julia M.I. Holden-Davis of Garvey Schubert Barer. The panel will discuss the advantages and pitfalls of P3 deals, the development challenge facing governments with limited resources, financial structure and requirements, use of bonds for development, private financing options, security for the loans, guarantees, and lessons learned from prior projects.
Petr is a partner in the Omaha office of Kutak Rock. He represents participants in various capacities in multifamily housing-related finance transactions, including low-income housing, student housing and taxable military housing financings. Petr acts as bond counsel, underwriter’s counsel, borrower’s counsel and credit enhancer’s counsel in various financings and transactions.