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M. William Youngblood

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843 723 7831 Main
843 722 3227 Main Fax
wyoungblood@mcnair.net
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Charleston, SC Office
100 Calhoun Street
Suite 400
Charleston, SC 29401
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Beth Sorrow
bsorrow@mcnair.net
843 973 6805  Direct
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Bill Youngblood works in the public finance practice group and usually serves as bond counsel or underwriters’ counsel in a broad range of financing activities such as student loan, mortgage, hospital, infrastructure and utility revenue bonds. He has extensive experience with economic development tax incentives, representing both industry and government.

He served as Managing Shareholder of the Firm from December 17, 2003 to December 31, 2009.

  • $5,860,000 Water and Sewer System Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2009, of the City of Isle of Palms, South Carolina
  • Taxable $1,000,000 General Obligation Bond, Series 2009, of the City of Isle of Palms, South Carolina
  • $36,175,000 City of North Charleston, South Carolina Refunding and Improvement Tax Increment Bonds (City Center Redevelopment Plan Project) Series 2009
  • Reoffering of $19,000,000 Charleston County, South Carolina Hospital Revenue Bonds (CareAlliance Health Services d/b/a Roper St. Francis Healthcare) Series 2004B2 (2009 closing)
  • Reoffering of $80,000,000 South Carolina Jobs-Economic Development Authority Hospital Revenue Bonds (CareAlliance Health Services d/b/a Roper St. Francis Healthcare) Series 2007B (2009 closing)
  • $62,085,000 South Carolina Jobs-Economic Development Authority Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (UMA Refinance Project) Series 2008
  • $159,855,000 State of North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority Tax-Exempt Student Loan Revenue and Refunding Bonds, 2008-5 Series
  • $105,945,000 State of North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority Tax-Exempt Student Loan Revenue and Refunding Bonds, 2008-3 Series
  • $309,855,000 State of North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority Tax-Exempt Student Loan Revenue and Refunding Bonds, 2008-2 Series
  • $45,215,000 South Carolina State Housing Finance and Development Authority Mortgage Revenue Bonds, Series 2008 B and $22,000,000 Mortgage Revenue Notes, Series 2008 C
  • $600,000,000 South Carolina Student Loan Corporation Student Loan Backed Notes, 2008-1 Series
  • $43,850,000 City of North Charleston, South Carolina, North Charleston Public Facilities Corporation Refunding and Improvement Certificates of Participation (Convention Center Complex Projects) Series 2008
  • Reoffering of $25,845,000 Outstanding Principal Amount, City of North Charleston, South Carolina, North Charleston Public Facilities Corporation Refunding Certificates of Participation (Convention Center Complex Projects) Series 2005 (Reoffering in 2008)
  • Conversion of $368,000,000 South Carolina Transportation Infrastructure Bank Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2003B, from an Auction Rate to a Variable Rate (Bond Counsel) (2008 transaction)
  • Reoffering of $34,210,000 of the Charleston County, South Carolina Hospital Revenue Bonds (CareAlliance Health Services d/b/a Roper St. Francis Healthcare) Series 2004B-1 (2008 closing)
  • Reoffering of $47,270,000 of the South Carolina Jobs-Economic Development Authority Hospital Revenue Bonds (CareAlliance Health Services d/b/a Roper St. Francis Healthcare) Series 2007A (2008 closing)
  • $45,215,000 South Carolina State Housing Finance and Development Authority Mortgage Revenue Bonds, Series 2008 B
  • $20,000,000 South Carolina State Housing Finance and Development Authority Mortgage Revenue Bonds, Series 2008 A
  • 1985 recipient, Order of the Palmetto, South Carolina’s highest civilian award for his work in developing the Education Improvement Act of 1984
  • Selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America®
  • Selected as The Best Lawyers in America® Lawyer of the Year 2014 - 2015 - Public Finance Law
  • Current Board Member, South Carolina Council on Competitiveness and member of its education/ work force committee 
  • Current Board Member and former Chairman, South Carolina Aquarium 
  • Current Board Member, Trident CEO Council 
  • Current Advisory Board Member, Leadership South Carolina 
  • Former Board Member, South Carolina Chamber of Commerce
  • Former Chairman of Charleston Regional Development Alliance 
  • Former Chairman of Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce 
  • Former Chairman of The Education Foundation
  • June 7, 1993
    Davenport v. City of Rock Hill
    Case Cite: 315 S.C. 114, 432 S.E. 2d 451

    Davenport v. City of Rock Hill