We represented leading financial institutions as underwriters’ counsel for approximately $600 million of electric revenue bonds for electric utility systems, including Nashville Electric Service (NES), in the past three years.
Underwriters’ Counsel for $600 Million of Bond Issues for Electric Utility Systems
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Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation Acquires Murfreesboro Electric Department for $245 Million
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