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1998 – Today

Check out The Bond Lawyer for editions of NABL’s scholarly journal published each quarter.

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Five Must Read NABL Resources

Since 1979, the National Association of Bond Lawyers (NABL) has been providing public finance legal professionals with relevant resources to help advance our industry and promote the integrity of the…

Interior of the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C. Source: Phil Roeder via Wikimedia Commons
Interior of the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C. Source: Phil Roeder via Wikimedia Commons
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Judicial Watch 2024: Admin Power and Establishment Clause Cases

A pair of recent SCOTUS rulings could reshape agency rulemaking and enforcement powers, and a case out of Oklahoma could be the next front in establishment clause questions.

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Seven NABL Webinars You Need to Watch

These webinars are designed to fit into your busy schedule, allowing you to access a wealth of knowledge and expertise at your convenience.

  • Member Spotlight

Nicholas Vallorano

Mayer Brown in Chicago, IL

  • The Bond Lawyer

The Bond Lawyer – Vol. 48 | No. 2

NABL’s Scholarly Journal providing expert commentary and analysis of recent developments in municipal bond law and public finance.

  • The Bond Lawyer

The Bond Lawyer – Vol. 48 | No. 1

NABL’s Scholarly Journal providing expert commentary and analysis of recent developments in municipal bond law and public finance.

Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority power plant. Source: Wikimedia Commons
Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority power plant. Source: Wikimedia Commons
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1st Circuit Reverses District Court Opinion in PREPA Revenue Bond Case

Long-awaited opinion in Puerto Rico bankruptcy case may help settle uncertainties in the municipal market.

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Budding marijuana greenhouse facility in Denver, CO. Source: Cannabis Tours via Wikimedia Foundation
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DEA Rescheduling of Marijuana

Regulators have proposed moving marijuana from a Schedule I to Schedule III drug. What do we know and what do we not know?

Members of the Board of Directors with Congresswoman Terri Sewell
Members of the Board of Directors with Congresswoman Terri Sewell
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LIFT Act Reintroduced in 118th Congress

The three-prong bill would restore tax-exempt advance refunding bonds, modernize the small borrower’s exemption, and implement a new direct pay bond program.

  • Member Spotlight

Tracey Easton

Moore & Van Allen PLLC in Charleston, SC

  • Member Spotlight

Doug Williams

Maynard Nexsen PC in Birmingham, AL

IRS Form 1040 documents on a wooden table.
IRS Form 1040 documents on a wooden table.
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Gearing Up for a Potential Tax Bill in 2025

Key provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) begin to expire at the end of next year, teeing up the likelihood of a major tax package in the…