Uncertainties related to Detroit’s bankruptcy filing are resonating among public-private partnership players, according to a lawyer who advises on many P3 deals.

“What’s interesting about Detroit, and I hear this from clients on the equity side, is whether these cities that are able to get into bankruptcy can reject a concession agreement,” Allen & Overy LLP partner Kent Rowey said Wednesday at his firm’s “Bridging the Gap” P3 conference in New York.

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