Jeromy Cannon practices in the areas of state and local government law and public finance, representing public sector and private sector clients in a diverse assortment of transactional, legislative and regulatory matters.
Jeromy has gained extensive experience in complex governmental transactions, particularly with respect to public-private partnerships in the infrastructure sector. He served in an integral role in the representation of the City of Chicago and the Chicago Park District in the $563 million concession and lease of the Chicago downtown underground public parking system. Additionally, Jeromy has worked extensively on the proposed long-term concession and lease of Chicago Midway International Airport and the potential concession and lease of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. He has also advised private sector clients on proposed port and lottery privatizations.
In addition to his infrastructure privatization work, Jeromy has broad experience in public finance transactions. He has represented clients in tax-exempt financings as bond counsel, underwriter's counsel, issuer's counsel, conduit borrower's counsel and credit enhancer's counsel. Jeromy has participated in financings involving single-family housing, multi-family housing, solid-waste disposal facilities, professional sports stadiums, educational institutions and healthcare providers. He also represents public and private clients with respect to economic development incentives, legislative drafting and statutory interpretation. Jeromy has represented corporate clients in a variety of matters including mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings, private investment fund formation and other general corporate issues.
Jeromy joined Mayer Brown in 2006.