Marc T. Kamer handles a variety of project financings for traditional governmental purposes, like water and wastewater projects, roads and bridges, public universities and Ohio school districts.
He also represents issuers, borrowers, underwriters and commercial banks in connection with tax-exempt financings for 501(c)(3) organizations, such as health care providers (acute care and long term care), private higher educational institutions and private K-12 schools.
His experience includes authoring legislation relating to finance and construction initiatives and amendments to modernize existing finance and construction programs. He devotes a substantial amount of his time to economic development, as well as industrial development projects and energy-related transactions.
Marc has represented parties on P3 transactions (public-private-partnerships), including design-build-finance-operate-maintain agreements and related alternative project delivery/finance models for infrastructure projects.
In addition to representing governmental bodies and investment banks, he represents lenders on a variety of financing transactions, many of which are related to project finance, the direct purchase of tax-exempt bonds or in connection with credit enhancements and liquidity facilities for issues of tax-exempt bonds.
The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law (J.D., with honors, 1998)
The Ohio State University (B.A., summa cum laude, 1995)