Sherman & Howard Among the Top Ten Disclosure Counsel Firms for New Municipal Issues in 2007
July 24, 2007
Sherman & Howard L.L.C. is placed among the top ten firms in the United States for Disclosure Counsel involved in Long Term Municipal New Issues for the first half of 2007, according to the recent rankings released by Thomson Financial. The Firm acted as disclosure counsel on 29 deals during the first half of 2007, in addition to acting as bond counsel and underwriters on numerous other deals.
Rankings and volume totals in Thomson Financial's standard league tables include all long-term municipal new issues, of which Thomson Financial was made aware, underwritten during the period from January 1, 2007 to June 30, 2007. The standard league tables are based upon a single set of globally consistent criteria, submission guidelines, transaction classifications, and eligibility rules, which allow for accurate analysis of transactions from around the world.
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The Sherman & Howard Public Finance Department, known in Nevada under the name Swendseid & Stern, is among the largest in Colorado and Nevada. The firm has been continuously listed in the "Municipal Bond Attorneys" section of The Bond Buyer's Municipal Marketplace (The Red Book) since that publication first started listing municipal bond attorneys in about 1939.
Sherman & Howard L.L.C., established in 1892, is the oldest law firm in Denver. The Firm assists its clients in most aspects of law affecting businesses and public institutions. More than 150 of the Firm's attorneys currently practice in offices in Denver, Colorado Springs, and Steamboat Springs, Colorado; Reno and Las Vegas, Nevada; and Phoenix, Arizona.