Tatjana Misulic focuses on transactional public finance matters and on legal issues facing state and local governments and instrumentalities. Ms. Misulic represents issuers or underwriters in long- or short-term general obligation and revenue bond financings for infrastructure and mass transit projects; educational, health care, and housing facilities; and water and power authorities.
Ms. Misulic's experience also encompasses international commercial arbitration matters.
- Serving as underwriter's counsel to several large investment banking firms on airport revenue bond financings involving issuance of new money and refunding bonds, including variable-rate demand obligations and fixed-rate and auction-rate securities valued in excess of $1.1 billion
- Acting as bond counsel to a large municipality on bond financings involving issuance of more than $1.3 billion variable-rate demand obligations, and fixed-rate and auction-rate securities issued pursuant to a multimodal bond indenture
- Representing underwriters on various refunding and new money revenue bond financings for international airports, educational facilities, and water and power authorities
- Acting as underwriter's counsel to an investment banking firm on development of a commercial paper program for an international airport
- Assisting in a privatization of an Eastern European state electrical utility
- Serving as counsel to an Eastern European state electrical utility in an international commercial arbitration proceeding before the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes
While in law school, Ms. Misulic served legal externships with the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of International Affairs (2000), and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims (2000-2001).