Arthur has worked on both taxable and tax-exempt financings for public authorities and state agencies across the United States, focusing on transportation, energy and special revenue credits. In addition to drafting and negotiating all aspects of the financing instruments involved in direct loan and capital market issuances for public sector entities, Arthur also advises clients on federal securities law related to such transactions.
Arthur previously served as counsel to the Massachusetts House of Representatives Committee on Bonding, Capital Expenditures and State Assets, where he advised state legislators in Massachusetts on drafting legislation governing a variety of the Commonwealth’s borrowing programs.
While in law school, Arthur was a note editor for the Boston College International & Comparative Law Review.
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