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Joseph Seliga

Joseph Seliga

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“Clients say: ‘He is always very professional and considered. He is always willing to go out of his way to help us achieve our objectives in a timely fashion.’” –
Chambers USA

Joe Seliga is co-lead of Mayer Brown’s Government practice and co-lead of the Infrastructure Investment group. Joe advises on path-breaking road, bridge, airport, port, public parking, rail, mass transit, social infrastructure, water, wastewater and convention center infrastructure M&A and public-private partnership (P3) transactions. He has advised on many “Deal of the Year” award-winning transactions and has served as counsel to government owners, equity investors, lenders and contractors.

Joe is widely recognized as a leader in the infrastructure industry, having actively advised clients on infrastructure M&A and P3 transactions for nearly twenty years. Joe is rated in Band 1 in Chambers USA, which quoted a client highlighting Joe “for his thoroughness and his understanding and perspective on the challenges that come up in [P3] deals” and for “always willing to go out of his way to help [clients] achieve [their] objectives in a timely fashion.”

Joe chaired the first US Infrastructure Law Forum, a gathering of over 40 members of the US infrastructure legal bar, in September 2016 in Washington DC, and continues to chair the US Forum and serves as Co-Chair of the North American Infrastructure Law Forum, a gathering of leading infrastructure lawyers from the US and Canada. He also is Vice Chair of a new American Bar Association committee on P3s.

Joe also represents clients in various state and local government matters, including in the areas of complex government transactions, ethics, election and campaign finance law, economic development incentives and legislative drafting and statutory interpretation.
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