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Lance C. Tyson

Partner

Lance provides practical, strategic advice to clients on governmental and business matters.

Lance works across several practice areas with specific emphasis in the areas of public finance, real estate, banking, tax credits, private investment funds and government affairs, to help clients solve problems and achieve their business goals. His legal tenure includes serving as Chief of Staff to the President of the Cook County Board, Legislative Counsel to the Mayor of the City of Chicago and Democratic Party slated candidate to the 10th Legislative District of the State of Illinois.
Publication
  • "Unitary Apportioning, the Key to Global Tax Harmony," 22 The International Tax Journal, 35
Government Service
  • City of Chicago, legislative counsel to the mayor
  • Cook County, chief of staff to the president
  • 10th Legislative District of Illinois, Democratic Party, appointed candidate for state representative
  • Cook County Sheriff’s Merit Board, commissioner

  • Bond, Underwriter’s, Issuer’s and Bank counsel in connection with transactions by the City of Chicago, Board of Education of the City of Chicago, Chicago Transit Authority, Chicago Housing Authority, Metropolitan Water Reclamation District, Regional Transit Authority and the Illinois Finance Authority.
  • Bond counsel to the State of Illinois on its $3.366 billion pension bond financings.
  • Underwriters’ counsel in connection with the County of Cook’s $715 million Build America Bond direct payment issuance.
  • Underwriters’ counsel in connection with the $1,469 billion State of Illinois (Illinois Department of Employment Security) Unemployment Insurance Fund Building Receipts Revenue Bonds, Series 2012A, B and C.
  • Drafted, negotiated and advanced legislation to the Governor’s Signature:   
    • Soldier Field Expansion Bond Authorization   
    • Illinois Affordable Housing Donation Tax Credit

    • Chicago Housing Authority Bond Expansion

    • Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority Bond Authorization

    • Privatization of the Sky Way