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Marc A. Reardon

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Position

A partner in the project finance and infrastructure practice at Morgan Lewis, Marc Reardon focuses his practice on the development, construction, financing, and transfer of electric generating facilities and other infrastructure, including industrial, transportation, recycling, and waste disposal facilities. He represents developers, financial institutions and equity investors in connection with domestic and international power and infrastructure projects. For more information, view Marc’s bio at https://www.morganlewis.com/bios/marcreardon.

Career

Marc has been lead development and financing counsel on numerous major new electric generation facility transactions over the last several years, including the 700MW Carroll County Energy Center (2015), the 950MW Clean Energy Future Lordstown (2016) and the 1100MW Cricket Valley Energy Center (2017) transactions, among others.

Education

Harvard College, A.B.; Georgetown University Law Center, J.D.


United States: Finance

Project finance

Within: Project finance

The ‘exceptional’ team at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP is particularly noted for its experience in energy project finance mandates; it is active on the sponsor side, and its lender practice has been further boosted with the recent arrival of Amy Maloney from Latham & Watkins LLP. Neeraj Arora in Los Angeles advised CrĂ©dit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank, as administrative agent for a syndication of lenders, on the financing of SWG Finco’s portfolio of five operating gas-fired electrical generation facilities located in California, Colorado and New Mexico. Richard Filosa, who jointly heads the team with James Tynion in New York, led advice for Ares on the development and financing of the St Joseph Energy Center Phase 2 power project. Further, Wayne Song in Los Angeles advised Coronal Energy on a $235m tax equity financing from US Bankcorp Community Development Corporation and back-leveraged term debt from Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, for a combined portfolio of solar facilities on US Department of Defense property. Marc Reardon, Michael MĂŒller, Felipe Alice in Houston, who is ‘always available to address the needs of the client’, and Jonathan Morris in New York are also recommended, as is Houston-based John Crespo. Named individuals are based in Boston unless otherwise stated. Adrian Talamantes joined Holland & Knight LLP in 2018.

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