Financing Public-Private Partnerships for Infrastructure Assets
Mitigating Legal Risks and Anticipating Tax Consequences of PPP Deals
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide guidance for counsel structuring financing for public-private partnership infrastructure projects. The panel will offer best practices for allocating legal risk and will also analyze critical tax planning strategies when structuring the deal.
- Key legal issues in structuring the deal
- Statutory authorization
- Concession structures
- Appropriation of risk
- Allocation of risk
- Status of state entity
- Transaction structures
- Preexisting conditions
- Performance standards
- Remedies and termination
- Concessionaire tax considerations
- Project level
- State and local taxes
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What are the unique authorization sources for PPP infrastructure projects?
- What legal risks should counsel anticipate when structuring PPP deals?
- What are some best practices for concessionaires to minimize the legal and business risks of PPP deals?
- What are the unique tax consequences for concessionaires and how do these consequences affect the concession structure?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Linda E. Carlisle
White & Case
She focuses on PPPs and infrastructure transactions, and is one of the foremost practitioners in this area. She advised... | Read More
She focuses on PPPs and infrastructure transactions, and is one of the foremost practitioners in this area. She advised NTE Mobility Partners regarding a US $2 billion PPP agreement with the Texas Department of Transportation for the North Tarrant Express project. This project is a model for other states as they explore PPPs to help fund infrastructure projects.Close
Joel H. Moser
He focuses his practice on the planning, development, acquisition, financing, refinancing, operation and sale of energy... | Read More
He focuses his practice on the planning, development, acquisition, financing, refinancing, operation and sale of energy and infrastructure assets around the world, representing investment funds, developers, industrial sponsors, banking and investment firms, governments, and agencies. He is the founding editor of Global Infrastructure and honored as a leading projects lawyer by Chambers Global.Close