We regularly act as bond counsel, disclosure counsel, underwriters counsel and direct purchaser’s counsel for health care finance transactions around the country. We have been specializing in health care finance since the early 1980s. Our practice encompasses financings for nonprofit 501(c)(3) health care systems, hospitals, clinics (including federally qualified health centers), retirement facilities, skilled nursing facilities, proton therapy centers and blood banks, as well as public health care providers.
We are long-standing members of the finance teams for many of the most active ...
We offer a talented team of hospitality lawyers dedicated to serving clients on the most critical aspects of their business. Our deep experience with the legal and contractual aspects unique to the industry makes us an effective partner in negotiations for developments, acquisitions, joint ventures, and financing transactions, rebranding, dispositions, and negotiation of hotel management agreements, shared services, amenities and franchise agreements. Our clients include the leading international investment funds, real estate advisors, developers, public and private pension funds, REITs, ...
In the past eight years, Orrick has served as bond counsel or underwriters' counsel with respect to more than 525 issues aggregating nearly $35 billion on behalf of colleges and universities. These include The Regents of the University of California and the Trustees of The California State University (which have continual capital needs for their more than 30 campuses, satellite campuses and research stations), more than 30 private California institutions of higher education, and institutions located in other states. Among the private, California institutions of higher ...
A new lease accounting standard that takes effect next year could significantly impact financial covenant calculations by not-for-profit organizations under their borrowing agreements as well as the structure of future borrowing agreements and their choice of financing product.
The Housing Finance group has experience with virtually every type of financing structure used in the housing bond market, as well as with the restructuring of bond issues. Housing bond issues for which we have been bond or underwriters counsel have included a variety of features, many of which now seem commonplace, but many of which we helped create or refine, such as:
Mortgage loan sales and bond defeasance
Tax-exempt real estate loans (private placement pass-through documentation)
Rehabilitation loans (including rehab loan advances)
Variable rate or adjustable rate bonds ...
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