The Public Finance practice group is an integral component of Ahlers & Cooney, P.C. Our attorneys practicing in this area represent Iowa cities, counties, utilities, school districts, community colleges and higher education institutions spanning all four corners of our great State. Ahlers' Public Finance attorneys are active members of the National Association of Bond Lawyers (NABL), a non-profit corporation which exists to promote the importance and integrity of the municipal market by advancing the understanding of and compliance with the law affecting public finance.
On February 5, 2019, NABL celebrated its 40th anniversary. Attached is an article commemorating the establishment of NABL, whose founders included Ahlers' own Phil Dorweiler. Inspired by Phil's leadership, Bill Noth was NABL President in 2001-02, and Ahlers' Public Finance lawyers routinely present at NABL seminars and/or participate on NABL committees.
We appreciate our past, and look forward to our future. Ahlers & Cooney, P.C. thanks you for the opportunity to work with you.
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