Leveraging Public-Private Partnerships for Project Development: Deal Structures and Documentation
Allocating and Minimizing Risks for Owners and Developers
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide real estate and project counsel with a review of U.S. trends in public-private partnerships (P3s), analyze optimal deal structures, and provide best practices for P3 documentation to mitigate risk.
- Market trends and P3 project opportunities
- Delivery models
- Creating the optimal deal structure
- Project documentation
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What factors determine which P3 structure is optimal for a particular type of project?
- What is the difference between the various delivery models?
- What are the respective risks of different delivery models for project developers and sponsors?
Patrick J. O’Sullivan, Jr.
Mr. O’Sullivan represents developers, investors, governmental entities and not-for-profit institutions on a range... | Read More
Mr. O’Sullivan represents developers, investors, governmental entities and not-for-profit institutions on a range of real estate matters with a focus on development issues, particularly those that arise in public-private transactions. He has represented clients on a range of complex transactions for properties across the U.S., including acquisitions and dispositions, large-scale developments, joint ventures, construction projects, and public and private financings.Close
Charles G. Renner
Mr. Renner, Chair of the firm’s Public-Private Partnership Team, has played a leading role in facilitating... | Read More
Mr. Renner, Chair of the firm’s Public-Private Partnership Team, has played a leading role in facilitating significant P3s across the United States. He conducts an annual survey and analysis on P3 projects nationwide and continuously evaluates trends and best practices for the unique financing tool. Mr. Renner applies his findings when advising clients and communities on projects that serve the lasting interests of businesses, government and people. He also has broad experience working with complex development incentives such as community improvement districts and tax increment financing.Close