Jeannette Bond named of counsel at Greenspoon Marder

Greenspoon Marder LLP has named attorney Jeannette Bond of counsel as part of its public finance buildout.

Bond, who works in New York, was previously special tax counsel for the public finance team at McCarter & English LLP until her recent retirement from that firm after more than 20 years as special counsel.

Jeannette Bond has practiced in public finance since 1979.

She has practiced in public finance since 1979, concentrating on the federal tax aspects of tax-exempt bonds. She was special tax counsel for bonds of state and local governments and authorities, including New Jersey advance refunding issues.

“Jeannette has been a great help in crafting solutions to many of the difficult issues that arise in complex public financings. I am thrilled that she will continue to work with us in an of counsel role,” partner Denise Ganz said.

Greenspoon Marder is a full-service business law firm with more than 200 attorneys and offices across the U.S.

Bond has been an active member of the National Association of Bond Lawyers since 1983 and has been a member of its board and its treasurer.

She was a member of the initial editorial board responsible for developing NABL’s multi-volume service, Federal Taxation of Municipal Bonds.

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