Jeffrey A. Nemecek is a highly experienced and nationally recognized public finance attorney who has worked in many areas of the public financing arena. He is apparently skilled and knowledgeable when it comes to dealing with all sorts of complex transactions, and he tends to approach them from an innovative perspective. In addition to running his own firm, the Law Offices of Jeffrey A. Nemecek, for five years, from 1992 through 1997, Jeffrey has practiced with a number of very prominent firms. For the most part, he has worked with each firm’s public financing practice. These days, he can be found as a Counsel at Denton’s in New York City, where he primarily addresses the Puerto Rico fiscal crisis and debt restructuring, but he has also been Of Counsel or a Partner with firms such as Axiom Legal, where he was from 2011-2016, Tillinghast Lichtenstein LLP, where he toiled between 2006 and 2008, and about a half dozen other prominent firms at various points since 1976.
Working in the field of public financing, he Jeffrey A. Nemecek learned to use many different types financing instruments. For instance, among the types of financing Jeffrey Nemecek has worked with has included project-revenue financing, conduit transactions, excise tax revenue obligations, loan pool obligations, taxpayer funded projects and obligations, and government appropriated funding options, including tax-exempt and taxable obligations.
In addition to his experience and his education, Jeffrey Nemecek is also a prolific researcher and writer on issues related to public financing, especially municipal bonds, tax issues and many others, and he has been published in a large number of peer-reviewed journals in those areas. Jeffrey Nemecek also is a member of the National Association of Bond Lawyers, and he has been listed in The Who’s Who in American Law and Who’s Who of Emerging Leaders in America at various times.