Dan Culver is a partner in the Dallas office who has spent the entirety of his 30+ year legal career at McCall. Dan represents a diverse group of general governmental issuers, including cities, counties, school districts, junior college districts, hospital districts and special utility districts. He also represents a variety of regional issuers, including joint powers agencies and river authorities, for whom he has provided bond counsel services for both governmental bonds, as well as for private activity “conduit” issues. His practice in the area of conduit financing has included a large volume of sewage and solid waste, dock and wharf and small issue manufacturing projects, as well as transactions involving 501(c)(3) organizations that use tax-exempt financing for university, primary and secondary educational facilities.
Among other representations, Dan has served as disclosure counsel for the Texas Permanent School Fund since the initiation of SEC Rule 15c-12 in 1996. Dan provides leadership to the firm with respect to its representation of governmental issuers as disclosure counsel, and he frequently represents regional and national investment banking firms as underwriters’ counsel on negotiated governmental and 501(c)(3) transactions.
Highlights & Notable Transactions
- Representative clients include: cities; counties; school districts; junior college districts; hospital districts; special utility districts; joint powers agencies; river authorities; regional and national investment banking firms
Professional & Community Affiliations
Member, State Bar of Texas