Ms. Moyer represents financial institutions, lenders, state and local governmental entities and borrowers in leveraged finance, public finance and other secured and unsecured lending transactions, with a focus on municipal finance transactions, including tax-exempt and taxable financings with a wide range of structures for the benefit of not-for-profit organizations, governmental entities and public and private companies, and on economic incentive transactions. Ms. Moyer has routinely represented corporate and governmental clients in a variety of roles on public finance transactions, including as bond counsel and borrower’s counsel, has represented lending institutions as credit or liquidity providers for publicly offered transactions and as direct purchasers on privately placed issues, and has represented underwriters and remarketing agents. Her practice includes the negotiation of complex financial and corporate contracts, including loan agreements, purchase agreements, credit and liquidity facilities, and incentive agreements.
Prior to joining Smith, Gambrell & Russell, LLP, Ms. Moyer was an associate in the public finance practice group of a large, international law firm. She also previously served as an in-house attorney for a large, international not-for-profit and spent time practicing general corporate law.
Ms. Moyer holds a J.D., magna cum laude, from the University of Georgia School of Law, where she was a member of the Georgia Law Review and Order of the Coif.
Acted as bond counsel and underwriter’s counsel on numerous projects financed with tax-exempt obligations in the not-for-profit and healthcare industries.
Acted as bond counsel and disclosure counsel on various governmental projects financed with tax-exempt obligations, including both general obligation and revenue backed transactions.
Acted as counsel to commercial banks in connection with the direct purchase of tax-exempt bonds and the provision of liquidity or credit support for transactions in the not-for-profit and healthcare industries.
Represented multiple industrial, commercial and multifamily real estate developers in connection with incentives relating to economic development projects.