Dilworth Paxson Partner Designated "Lawyer of the Year" by Best Lawyers

May 8, 2014

Dilworth Paxson is proud to announce that Marc A. Feller has been selected as the Philadelphia area’s 2014 Public Finance “Lawyer of the Year” by Best Lawyers®, one of America’s premier peer-reviewed publications for the legal profession.

This honor, determined on the basis of assessments conducted with thousands of leading attorneys, is especially meaningful because it is bestowed upon only a single lawyer in each practice field in a designated metropolitan area.

Marc is Partner and Chair of the Public Finance Group at the Firm. He focuses on all aspects of public finance transactions and municipal representation. His experience includes advising clients on leasing of municipal assets, including water, sewer and parking; transportation and infrastructure financing (including P3 issues); hospital and other health care and 501(c)(3) financings; solid waste (including P3 projects); general obligation bonds; tax credit bonds and other alternative bond structures. Marc’s clients typically include issuers, underwriters, conduit borrowers, trustees and counterparties. Marc also serves as Chair of Dilworth’s Technology Committee.

"We are incredibly proud of Marc, who is a constant inspiration to all of us here at Dilworth," said Chairman Larry McMichael. "On a daily basis, Marc demonstrates the tireless commitment to excellence for which our firm has become known. We are thrilled that his peers are recognizing his accomplishments through this highly regarded distinction."

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