Julie Seymour regularly represents and counsels banks, borrowers (including governmental issuers and hospitals and health systems), underwriters and trustees in connection with tax-exempt and taxable financings. Since 1990, Julie has been involved in billions of dollars of tax-exempt bond financings, including fixed and variable rate structures, as well as secured and unsecured lending transactions.In her finance practice, Julie regularly works with financial institutions in connection with the direct purchase of tax-exempt bonds and credit and/or liquidity facilities issued to support tax-exempt and taxable municipal securities. In addition, she represents and counsels conduit borrowers in structuring and negotiating their taxable and tax-exempt financing transactions, and negotiating and drafting documents in a manner that maximizes flexibility and protection for those borrowers.She also regularly advises clients on ongoing compliance matters, including secondary market disclosure, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) audits, change in use of bond-financed facilities, the impact of covenants on affiliation activity, and reporting requirements for the IRS Form 990, Schedule K.Julie speaks regularly on tax-exempt finance and healthcare lending issues. She previously served as a member of the National Association of Bond Lawyers' Steering Committee and Chair of the "Current Issues in Healthcare Finance (Non-Tax Matters)" for its annual Bond Attorneys' Workshop. She is also a frequent guest lecturer for Loyola University Chicago School of Law's LL.M. in Health Law Program. She received a J.D. from the University of Illinois College of Law, an M.B.A. from the University of Illinois College of Commerce and Business Administration, and a B.A. from Rockford College.��
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