Clinton W. Randolph’s practice focuses on public finance and commercial lending transactions. He represents small and large cap corporations, lenders, credit and liquidity facility providers, swap providers, investment banks, governmental issuers, corporate trustees and nonprofit organizations in a broad range of public and private financings and related commercial transactions.
Clinton has significant experience in publicly offered and privately placed taxable and tax-exempt financings of a broad range of asset classes and credit profiles, including project and real estate-based revenue bond financings of sewage and solid waste disposal facilities, manufacturing facilities, airport facilities and education, healthcare and other nonprofit facilities.
He also has commercial lending experience representing a variety of regional and international banks and other institutional lenders in credit transactions across the country, with a particular emphasis on senior living, behavioral health and hospital facilities.
Clinton also devotes a considerable portion of his practice to counseling institutional lending, investment bank, governmental and corporate clients in a variety of federal securities matters, tax matters and other regulatory compliance matters.
While earning his law degree from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, Clinton was a recipient of The Public Service Award in 2007. Prior to his legal career, he was an arbitrage rebate and post-issuance compliance analyst at Ernst & Young LLP.
- Bond Counsel in the offering and sale of $250 million aggregate par amount of taxable bonds by a multijurisdictional hospital system.
- Representation of the initial purchaser of approximately $96 million aggregate par amount of privately placed tax-exempt bonds for a psychiatric and behavior health organization.
- Bond counsel in the offering and sale of approximately $48 million aggregate par amount of tax-exempt bonds to finance and refinance privately operated airport facilities in multiple jurisdictions.
- Representation of the underwriters in the public offering and sale of approximately $162 million aggregate par amount of tax-exempt bonds for a major nonprofit multimedia organization to finance its national headquarters building.
- Representation of a charter school in $50 million multi-tiered subleasehold acquisition and construction financing for the school’s permanent campus at the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center.
- University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, JD, cum laude; Notes and Comments Editor, The Journal of Business and Technology Law, 2007
- Rhodes College, BA, cum laude, 2002
Admissions : Maryland
- Member, National Association of Bond Lawyers
- Treasurer, 2015-present; Member, 2014-present; Board of Trustees, District of Columbia International School
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