Peck, Shaffer & Williams, a leading national public finance law firm, has named former Lathrop & Gage attorney Bob Coyne as a partner in its Denver office.
Coyne, who has worked in public finance law in Denver since 1998, has provided legal counsel for Denver, the Colorado Department of Transportation, and other large clients. In addition, he has served as tax credit investor’s counsel on multifamily housing revenue bond transactions across the nation. He also has focused on public finance aspects of public-private partnerships for various types of infrastructure.
Coyne’s duties have included bond counsel, underwriters’ counsel, disclosure counsel, letter-of-credit bank counsel, bond insurer’s counsel, trustee’s counsel, borrower’s counsel in conduit bond issues, and developer’s counsel.
Peck Shaffer has also worked on a number of large deals in the state and is underwriter’s counsel for Denver International Airport.
“Bob is highly respected in the public finance field in Denver and elsewhere, and our clients will benefit from his wide-ranging experience and skills,” said Mary Groves, managing partner of Peck Shaffer’s Denver office.
Coyne is a graduate of Boston College and Boston College Law School, and is a member of the bar in Colorado, Massachusetts, and New York. Before moving to Colorado in 1998, Coyne practiced public finance law in New York City.
Peck Shaffer’s Denver office opened in 2005. The firm also has offices in Atlanta, Chicago, Cincinnati, Columbus, and Covington, Ky. Peck Shaffer is regularly ranked among the top bond counsel firms in the country by Thomson Reuters, and ranked second in the nation among underwriter’s counsel for the first half of 2011.