Marc Druck focuses his practice on public finance and special district development, including representing cities, counties, school districts, state agencies, economic development corporations, municipal utility districts, fresh water supply districts, special utility districts, municipal management districts, and water control and improvement districts as bond counsel. He also serves as counsel during the creation of public improvement districts and the levying of PID special assessments, and has acted as bond counsel in connection with the issuance of PID special assessment bonds, combination contract revenue and special assessment bonds, and the refunding of those obligations.
Marc also represents real estate developers in the acquisition, development, and financing of master-planned communities, with an emphasis on areas experiencing rapid growth. He has also represented financial institutions as underwriter’s counsel in connection with the issuance of public securities.
Marc previously served as an Assistant Attorney General in the Public Finance Division of the Office of the Texas Attorney General, and also gained experience in local governance and in public and administrative law while serving as the ethics Compliance Auditor for the City of San Antonio.