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Susan Burnett Stebbins

Partner

Susan represents banks providing direct loans and liquidity and credit support for municipal financial transactions throughout the country.

Susan routinely represents domestic and foreign banks as direct lenders and as providers of credit enhancement and liquidity support for securities transactions. Susan’s experience includes publicly and privately offered taxable and tax-exempt securities for the benefit of state, city and local governments, healthcare groups, public utilities and higher education institutions located throughout the country.

Client successes include assisting banks with: purchasing hundreds of millions in indexed floating rate securities; providing revolving lines of credit to public transit authorities; providing credit enhancements to millions of dollars in certificates of participation; and providing liquidity support for millions of dollars in general obligation bonds and revenue bonds. In addition, Susan’s clients include credit enhancers and lenders providing credit facilities for a variety of projects.
Publication
  • "U.S. Judicial Imperialism Post Empagran v. F. Hoffman-LaRoche? Conflicts of Jurisdiction and International Comity in Extraterritorial Antitrust," 18 Emory Int. L. Review 555
Government Service
  • U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Legal Intern

  • Representation of a bank providing a $300 million revolving line of credit facility for an electric and water utility system.
  • Representation of a bank providing a $500 million municipal loan for the benefit of a medical center.
  • Representation of a bank providing a $14 million tax-exempt loan for the construction of a multi-use housing project.
  • Representation of a bank providing a $133 million airport system revenue bond issued for the benefit of a major metropolitan airport authority.
  • Representation of a bank providing a $31 million liquidity facility to support publically traded bonds issued by a state mortgage authority.
  • Representation of a bank providing a $200 million revolving line of credit for the benefit of an electric utility system.
  • Representation of a bank providing a $249 million floating rate bond for the benefit of a city.