Adam Simon focuses his practice on local government law, representing municipalities, park districts, and other special districts in a variety of areas, including commercial and land use litigation, zoning and economic development, public finance, real estate law, and telecommunications. Adam combines his experience in economic development and public finance to counsel municipalities on how to leverage public debt financing and private investment to create new public improvements and enhance economic development opportunities. He has helped organize a number of special service areas, business redevelopment districts, and tax increment financing (TIF) districts. Adam has also served as issuer’s counsel for the sale of general obligation, revenue, and alternate revenue bonds. With respect to general public finance, he counsels the firm’s clients on the preparation and calculation of the annual tax levy, preparation of the annual budget ordinance, and cooperates with independent financial advisors to create capital expenditure plans. Adam received his undergraduate degree in Engineering and Public Policy with minor concentrations in Environmental Sciences and Economics from Washington University in St. Louis. He received his Juris Doctor from the Georgetown University Law Center.