Daniel Deaton is a finance and securities attorney who has represented corporate and governmental clients in a wide variety of transactions. Mr. Deaton has represented corporate clients in several different types of transactions such as public and private securities offerings; mergers, acquisitions, international joint ventures, and joint ventures relating to the development of technology; corporate and partnership governance issues; and residential mortgage securitizations. Mr. Deaton has represented governmental clients such as cities, counties, and redevelopment agencies as disclosure counsel and bond counsel in lease revenue, enterprise fund, pension obligation bond, tax revenue anticipation, Teeter, and tax increment financings. In addition, he has acted as bond counsel and underwriter’s counsel in 501(c)(3) and private activity bond financings, including financings supporting electric power grid, waste management, and water utility operations. Mr. Deaton was admitted to practice in California in 2004 and in Texas in 1998. He is a graduate of Southern Methodist University, J.D. and University of California at Irvine, B.A.
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