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Kenneth B. Pollock - Atlanta, GA

1170 Peachtree Street NorthEastSuite 1900 Atlanta, GA 30309

Updated: 03/26/2014

Atlanta Public Finance Lawyer

Overview

Kenneth B. Pollock is a public finance attorney with over two decades of experience in public finance transactions. Mr. Pollock regularly serves as bond counsel, as disclosure counsel, and as counsel to underwriters, issuers, borrowers, trustees, banks, and credit enhancers in tax-exempt and taxable financings for governmental and private entities...

Kenneth B. Pollock is a public finance attorney with over two decades of experience in public finance transactions. Mr. Pollock regularly serves as bond counsel, as disclosure counsel, and as counsel to underwriters, issuers, borrowers, trustees, banks, and credit enhancers in tax-exempt and taxable financings for governmental and private entities. Mr. Pollock has significant experience on virtually every financing structure used by state and local governments to finance governmental projects, including general obligation bonds and sales tax bonds for counties, municipalities, and school districts, revenue bonds for water, sewer, and storm water systems, airports, convention facilities, gas and electric utilities, and other governmental enterprises, guaranteed revenue bonds for the State of Georgia, tax anticipation notes, annual appropriation debt, and debt secured by intergovernmental contracts.

Mr. Pollock also has experience on numerous conduit financings benefiting integrated health care systems, hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, charter schools, private schools, higher education, manufacturing facilities, and multifamily housing developments, as well as on economic development projects such as tax increment and tax allocation district financings and property tax abatement transactions.

In connection with these transactions, Mr. Pollock has participated in a variety of financing structures involving fixed rate and variable rate structures, public offerings and private placements, insured and letter of credit-backed bonds, auction rate securities, remarketings, interest rate conversions, and various derivative products, including interest rate swaps.

Mr. Pollock has served as a speaker at the Institute for City and County Attorneys in Georgia and at annual conferences of the Georgia Charter Schools Association. During law school at the University of Georgia School of Law, Mr. Pollock served as Notes Editor of the Georgia Law Review.

Mr. Pollock has been recognized by Georgia Trend magazine as one of Georgia's Legal Elite in the specialty of Public Finance/Bonds.

About Kenneth B. Pollock

Current Employment Position(s)

  • Partner, since 2009

Practice Areas

  • Public Finance
  • Hospital and Healthcare Finance
  • Housing Finance
  • Economic Development
  • Governmental Finance

Qualifications

Bar Admissions

  • New York, 1988
  • Georgia, 1989

Other Affiliations

  • National Association of Bond Lawyers (Member)
  • State Bar of Georgia, Local Government Section (Member)

Past Positions

  • Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP, Partner, 1997 - 2009
  • Long Aldridge & Norman, Associate, 1994 - 1996

Education

  • University of Georgia School of Law, Athens, Georgia, 1987
    J.D.
    Honors: cum laude
    Law Review: Georgia Law Review, Editor
  • Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, 1984
    B.S.
    Major: Finance

Articles

Published Works

  • Speaker, Georgia Institute for City and County Attorneys, 2004

Office Information

Address

1170 Peachtree Street NorthEastSuite 1900 Atlanta, GA 30309

Fax

  • (678) 515-5001

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