David Unkovic, 58, has been a municipal bond lawyer in Pennsylvania for over 30 years. He has served as bond counsel to all sizes of governmental entities, including townships, boroughs, cities, school districts, counties and authorities. He has also represented various financial entities and nonprofit corporations in tax-exempt financings. Mr. Unkovic has experience in the areas of distressed municipalities, bank lending and investment regulations. For most of his career he has worked at private law firms in Philadelphia, but he has also served as chief compliance officer at PFM Asset Management, as chief counsel of the PA Department of Community Affairs and as the state appointed receiver for the City of Harrisburg. In the past year, Mr. Unkovic has worked with state senators from both parties on legislation to improve the debt incurrence and related statutes in Pennsylvania. Mr. Unkovic was born in Pittsburgh, and he received his B.A. in political science, summa cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania , and his J.D. from Harvard Law School. He is a former president of the Pennsylvania Association of Bond Lawyers, and he has devoted a significant portion of his practice to promoting civil legal aid programs for the indigent.
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