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Jeff Lewis to Participate in Public-Private Partnerships Webcast Next Week

October 19, 2017

Jeff Lewis to Participate in Public-Private Partnerships Webcast Next Week

Partner Jeff Lewis lends his public-private partnerships (P3s) experience as a panel speaker in the upcoming live webcast, “Addressing Opportunities and Challenges in Public-Private Partnership.” The Knowledge Group/The Knowledge Congress Live Webcast Series will host the webcast on Oct. 25 from 3-5 p.m.

The two-hour online event will discuss how P3s can offer additional sources of funding for infrastructure projects, as well as weighing the risks and benefits of P3 work. The team of panelists will outline how to seize opportunity, reduce risk in the P3 space and help viewers understand the capital investment, operational controls and technical requirements needed to sign a P3 agreement.

Jeff is one of five professionals offering best practices and insights. Learn more about the webcast and register here. The webinar offers 2 CE credit hours and is recommended for C-level executives, legal and consulting industries, government agencies, public and private companies and other business leaders.

Jeff’s primary practice concentrations are in tax-exempt finance and municipal securities law, with a focus on transactions for colleges, universities, museums and other educational, cultural or charitable institutions. Jeff is a leader of the Firm's College and University Practice. Jeff also focuses on public-private partnerships on behalf of governmental entities and leads Ice Miller's P3 Practice Group development.

Learn more about Ice Miller’s P3 Practice, which includes clients in state and local governments and public institutions of higher education, as well as private developers, lending institutions and infrastructure investors here.

This publication is intended for general information purposes only and does not and is not intended to constitute legal advice. The reader should consult with legal counsel to determine how laws or decisions discussed herein apply to the reader’s specific circumstances.

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