Coats Rose attorneys represent Toll Road Authority in bond refinance
Dwight Jefferson and Timothy Green, of Coats Rose law firm, recently represented the bond underwriters in a transaction for the Harris County Toll Road Authority, the firm announced.
According to a press release, the attorneys helped the Toll Road Authority refinance $375 million in revenue bonds.
"The financing allows the authority to take advantage of the current low interest rates to reduce its long-term borrowing costs," said Green in the release.
Green specializes in creating special purpose districts throughout Texas, particularly in the Houston and Dallas/Fort Worth areas. In addition, Green has represented land developers, landowners and homebuilders.
Jefferson is a retired State District Judge with the 215th District Court of Harris County. He has more than 25 years of litigation experience, beginning as an in-house counsel for Liberty Mutual Insurance Co.. He is in his second tenure with Coats Rose, having earlier served as a litigation associate and director from 1988. He was appointed to the bench by then Governor George W. Bush in 1995.
Coats Rose is a full service business transaction and litigation law firm based in Houston. The first has more than 90 attorneys, with other offices in Clear Lake, Dallas, Austin, San Antonio and New Orleans.
For more information, call Miranda Sevcik at 713-515-9729 or visit www.coatsrose.com.
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