Butler Snow is pleased to announce that Kevin A. White has joined the firm’s Richmond office. White will practice with the firm’s public finance, tax incentives and credit markets group. The addition of White will expand Butler Snow’s bond counsel practice in Virginia and the southeast.
White focuses his practice on representing financial institutions, hospitals and healthcare organizations, higher education institutions, governmental infrastructure providers and affordable housing providers in a wide variety of financing transactions, particularly those utilizing tax-exempt bonds, tax credits and other incentives.
“We are happy to welcome Kevin to Butler Snow,” said Donald Clark, Jr., chairman of Butler Snow. “His knowledge and expertise within the finance industry and his experience in Virginia will help us leverage our Richmond office to better serve our clients.”
Butler Snow offers a comprehensive and diverse public finance practice ranging from all forms of state and municipal bonds and obligations to the full complement of techniques available to finance and/or refinance governmental as well as industrial/economic development, default/workouts, public and private educational institutions, higher education, school financing and other developments. With more than 40 attorneys practicing full-time in their public finance, tax incentives and credit markets group, Butler Snow has one of the largest and most successful public finance practices in the country.
White has been recognized by Virginia Business Magazine as a member of Virginia’s Legal Elite from 2011 – 2017. This award is given annually to the top Virginia lawyers in 18 specialties as voted by their peers.
White earned a bachelor’s degree, magna cum laude, from Randolph-Macon College and his Juris Doctor, cum laude, from Washington & Lee University School of Law. He is a member of the Virginia State Bar, National Association of Bond Lawyers, Virginia/DC Healthcare Financial Management Association and the boards of directors of Gateway Homes (a non-profit mental health treatment organization) and The Richmond Forum (a non-profit speaker series supported by the corporate community).