Mark Levinson has substantial experience in a broad range of corporate, securities, real estate, and finance matters including an emphasis in municipal finance. Mr. Levinson routinely structures, negotiates, and documents the public and private placement of a range of securities offerings; loan restructurings; defaulted bond workouts on behalf of issuers, indenture trustees and bondholders; venture capital; and private equity investments. Mr. Levinson also provides guidance to businesses on Securities Exchange Act reporting obligations and general corporate and contract matters.
Mr. Levinson has experience in the municipal finance industry and routinely serves as bond and underwriter's counsel, credit and liquidity providers' counsel, and indenture trustees' counsel. He typically is engaged by financial institutions, municipalities, redevelopment agencies, and other governmental authorities and educational institutions to assist in a range of infrastructure, affordable housing, and Mello-Roos and Marks Roos financings utilizing bond or certificate of participation structures, aggregating billions of dollars in securities.
Mr. Levinson has handled all types of real estate transactions, representing syndicators, developers, and owners in their projects including shopping centers, office buildings, warehouse distribution facilities, and residential property. He has particular experience representing syndication companies, lenders, and others in a range of acquisitions, dispositions, and private offerings as well as sale-leaseback arrangements.
In November 2012, Mr. Levinson joined the national law firm of Fox Rothschild LLP ("Fox") as a partner and co-chair of the Financial Services Industry Practice Group.