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Envision to Sell to KKR for $9.9 Billion

We represented Envision Healthcare Corporation (NYSE: EVHC) in its definitive agreement to sell to KKR in an all-cash transaction for $9.9 billion, including debt. KKR will pay $46 per Envision share in cash to buy the company, marking a 32 percent premium to the company's volume-weighted average share price from November 1, when Envision announced it was considering its options. The transaction is expected to close the fourth quarter of 2018. Read more


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Government Finance

We serve as bond counsel for cities, counties, districts and authorities in every part of Tennessee, closing more Tennessee issues than all other firms combined. Representing approximately two-thirds of the top 50 Tennessee cities by population, including four of the top five largest cities, our clients have financed the entire range of governmental facilities, including:

  • Schools and transportation infrastructure 
  • Water, sewer, gas, electric and telecommunications systems 
  • Sports and tourism facilities
  • Airport facilities 

The knowledge and depth we have built as a result of this experience enables us to deliver unique insight, value and efficiency to our governmental clients. 

Our team is adept with state law issues relating to public finance, having been involved in drafting the statutes under which cities in our state generally issue bonds and in drafting important public finance legislation. We are also actively involved in obtaining Attorney General opinions on behalf of clients and frequently work with the State Comptroller's office on regulatory projects. 

We have extensive experience working with Tennessee governmental issuers on alternative financing products and other financial products. For example, we have has been heavily involved in establishing commercial paper programs for both general governmental and utility capital financing programs.
We are very active in the direct placement of municipal debt with banking institutions and are well acquainted with the unique tax and disclosure issues arising within the context of those transactions. We are one of the few firms in Tennessee with experience in lease-purchase financing from both a state and federal tax perspective, and have a high level of unique experience working with derivative products used in municipal finance transactions, such as interest rate swaps. 

We serve as bond counsel for cities, counties, districts and authorities in every part of Tennessee, closing more Tennessee issues than all other firms combined. Representing approximately two-thirds of the top 50 Tennessee cities by population, including four of the top five largest cities, our clients have financed the entire range of governmental facilities, including:

  • Schools and transportation infrastructure 
  • Water, sewer, gas, electric and telecommunications systems 
  • Sports and tourism facilities
  • Airport facilities 

The knowledge and depth we have built as a result of this experience enables us to deliver unique insight, value and efficiency to our governmental clients. 

Our team is adept with state law issues relating to public finance, having been involved in drafting the statutes under which cities in our state generally issue bonds and in drafting important public finance legislation. We are also actively involved in obtaining Attorney General opinions on behalf of clients and frequently work with the State Comptroller's office on regulatory projects. 

We have extensive experience working with Tennessee governmental issuers on alternative financing products and other financial products. For example, we have has been heavily involved in establishing commercial paper programs for both general governmental and utility capital financing programs.
We are very active in the direct placement of municipal debt with banking institutions and are well acquainted with the unique tax and disclosure issues arising within the context of those transactions. We are one of the few firms in Tennessee with experience in lease-purchase financing from both a state and federal tax perspective, and have a high level of unique experience working with derivative products used in municipal finance transactions, such as interest rate swaps. 

Specialized Tax Experience 

We offer a comprehensive federal and state tax practice relating to municipal bonds with particular depth in private use issues due to our extensive involvement in most of the public financings for event facilities across Tennessee. We are actively involved on a regular basis in tax issues related to municipal bonds, including post-issuance compliance issues. 

Members of our firm have assisted with Internal Revenue Service (IRS) audits of municipal bond transactions for almost 30 years. Familiarity with the audit process is very useful experience in helping clients structure and document public finance transactions. We also have extensive experience working with local governments on other post-issuance compliance matters, including drafting tax compliance policies for our municipal clients.

Due to the depth and experience of our public finance attorneys, we have extensive knowledge in this area with very few tax issues that our team has not considered.

Disclosure and Securities Law Counsel 

We serve as disclosure counsel to local governments in the issuance of municipal bonds and in the development and implementation of securities law disclosure processes. We also serve as underwriter's counsel for large, governmental transactions, ensuring that offerings are in compliance with applicable securities laws.

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