Marc Bauer



In complex financing matters, Marc excels by working with his clients to formulate the best possible financing plan based on state-of-the-art practices.

Marc partners with major state agencies, cities, nonprofit organizations, and universities, and has experience assisting leading public power agencies, private universities, and charter schools with their financing goals. He provides reliable, sought-after advice to issuer and underwriter clients in transactions involving both long- and short-term, fixed and variable rate obligations, commercial paper, credit and liquidity enhancement, and revenue bonds.

Prior to becoming an attorney, Marc was an economics consultant at Deloitte & Touche LLP and Arthur Andersen LLP.

  • Marc's representative transactions include the following.

    • Bond and disclosure counsel to the Department of Water and Power of the City of Los Angeles (LADWP) in the issuance of its Power System Revenue Bonds and Water System Revenue Bonds.
    • Bond counsel to the California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank on behalf of the California Science Center Foundation for the issuance of its Sustanabilty Bonds.
    • Bond counsel to the California School Finance Authority on several bond issuances for nonprofit public charter schools throughout California.
    • Bond counsel for several issuances of revenue bonds by the California Educational Facilities Authority on behalf of several institutions including Stanford University, Chapman University, Loyola Marymount University, Santa Clara University, and Occidental College.
    • Underwriter’s counsel to financings for the new state-of-the-art Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences museum, which included the issuance of Green Bonds.

    In addition to the above, Marc has a robust pro bono practice focusing on voting rights by serving as Outside General Counsel for VoteRiders, a nonprofit public benefit corporation focusing on ensuring all eligible votes are able to acquire the IDs necessary in order to exercise their right to vote.