Day Pitney's Ted See Elected Fellow of The American College of Bond Counsel
Publisher: Day Pitney Press Release
October 24, 2011
Day Pitney LLP is pleased to announce that Edmund M. "Ted" See, former partner and now of counsel to the firm, and a member of its Municipal Finance practice group, was recently elected a fellow of The American College of Bond Counsel. He was recognized for his long experience and outstanding reputation in the field of municipal bond law.
See is one of only two Connecticut-based bond lawyers to be admitted to the College. Of the more than 3,000 members of the National Association of Bond Lawyers, only about 150 have been elected as College fellows. See's practice includes state and local government finance work. He represents governmental agencies issuing general obligation and revenue bonds, as well as borrowers, lenders, underwriters, trustees and issuers of private activity bonds. He also represents banks and financial institutions that provide credit support to bond issues.
About The American College of Bond Counsel The American College of Bond Counsel was founded in 1995 to recognize leading public finance lawyers throughout the United States. Membership is extremely limited and admission as a fellow (i.e. member of the College) is a recognition of the lawyer's accomplishments in the field of bond law. Additional information about the College is available at www.bondcounsel.org.
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