Timothy A. Stratton of Gust Rosenfeld has been elected as a capital member of the firm.
Stratton focuses his practice on public finance and Section 103 tax law. He represents colleges and universities, special districts, cities, towns and other units of local government in Arizona and Illinois in all matters related to the issuance of municipal securities. He also maintains an active practice as underwriter and disclosure counsel on publically offered debt issues.
Stratton has been counsel in hundreds of bond transactions aggregating billions of dollars and is a frequent speaker on public finance. He has authored articles on many public finance topics, including tax and securities law issues, post-issuance compliance and public-private partnerships. Mr. Stratton currently serves as a member of the City of Scottsdale Board of Adjustment where he hears appeals and requests for zoning variances.
He earned his law degree cum laude from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 1999.