Attorney Woody Vaughan discusses his recent work with university campuses in Georgia, and handling transactions at the intersection of government, business and finance.
“They’re very interesting transactions,” Mr. Vaughan said, “because you have to pull in your local government law and public finance expertise coupled with having a true understanding of how the private sector works and what their goals and desires are. You’ve got to be able to fit those three pieces all together into a package that works in finance.”
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