Doug Lamb is a partner in the Richmond office of McGuireWoods. His representative engagements include successfully closed transactions in 45 states involving tax-exempt, taxable, tax credit and direct-pay bonds. The financed projects range from traditional state and local infrastructure needs, such as schools, higher education, jails, courthouses and water, sewer and solid waste facilities, to renewable energy, energy efficiency and economic development projects.As a result, his work spans all types of obligations and credits, such as operating and capital leases, subject to appropriation and moral obligations, revenue pledges, limited tax pledges, full faith and credit obligations, liquidity and credit enhancement arrangements from third party insurers and financial institutions and non-recourse, project finance. Many of these transactions have used public-private partnerships and other subsidies such as federal historic, energy and new markets tax credits and corresponding state tax credits. Recently, Mr. Lamb has served as bond, lender's and underwriters counsel on innovative financing structures using qualified school construction, qualified zone academy, qualified energy conservation and new clean renewable energy programs, new markets tax credits and the federal 1603 grant in lieu of tax credits. Some of his prior engagements have involved issuances of recovery zone facility and economic development bonds, gulf opportunity zone bonds and direct-pay build America bonds. Mr. Lamb received his J.D. from the T.C. Williams School of Law, University of Richmond in 1998 and his B.A. from Washington and Lee University in 1993.
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