Edsell “Chip” M. Eady Jr. represents facilities financing for public charter schools nationwide. Chip’s practice focuses on representing California cities, agencies and special districts with projects including mixed use development, affordable housing, municipal utilities, pension and retirement benefits, education, healthcare, cultural and recreational facilities, transportation infrastructure, green power, water and wastewater facilities, open space preservation, land development and equipment leasing. He also has extensive experience in compliance with federal tax and securities law, including clients under investigation or responding to official enforcement actions and investor concerns.
•Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Rating
•“Top Lawyers,” San Diego Magazine, 2015-2018
•Lovitt, Tony. “Urban Discovery Academy finds new home in East Village,” The Daily Transcript, February 25, 2015.
•“On The Move,” Daily Journal, November 25, 2013.
Chip is a frequent panelist and speaker at bond conferences nationwide.
• Charter Schools Score Card: Can You Finance a New Facility? (Poster Session), The 24th Annual California Charter Schools Conference, Sacramento, CA, March 21, 2017.
•Co-presenter. Charter Facility Bonds: The Virtual Lab, The 23rd Annual California Charter Schools Conference, Long Beach, CA, March 15, 2016.
•Co-presenter. “Tax Exempt Bonds: Are You Ready? What's the Plan? Can You Live With It?”, The 22nd Annual California Charter Schools Conference, Sacramento, CA, March 17, 2015.
•Co-presenter. “Facilities Financing for California Charter Schools,” Charter School Capital, Webinar, September 30, 2014.
•National Association of Bond Lawyers
•American Bar Association - State and Local Government Section
•The State Bar of California
•San Diego County Bar Association
•Tom Homann Law Association
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