Burr & Forman

M. William Youngblood

M. William Youngblood
  • J.D., Georgetown University (1970)
  • B.A., University of South Carolina (1967)

South Carolina

  • U.S. Court of Military Appeals
  • U.S. District Court – South Carolina

  • South Carolina Council on Competitiveness, Board Member, Education/ Work Force Committee Member
  • Leadership South Carolina, Advisory Board Member
  • South Carolina Chamber of Commerce, Former Board Member
  • Charleston Regional Development Alliance, Former Chairman
  • Best Lawyers in America (2003-2019) "Lawyer of the Year," Public Finance Law, Charleston, SC (2014, 2015, 2017)
  • Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent™ Peer Review Rating
  • Order of the Palmetto (1985)
  • South Carolina Aquarium, Board Member and Former Chairman
  • Trident CEO Council, Board Member
  • Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce, Former Chairman
  • The Education Foundation, Former Chairman
    • $62,085,000 South Carolina Jobs Economic Development Authority Reissuance of Series 2008 Bonds (University Medical Associates Project) – Third Amendment
    • $70,000,000 South Carolina State Housing Finance and Development Authority Mortgage Revenue Bonds, Series 2018A
    • $20,550,000 City of North Charleston, SC, Limited Obligation Refunding and Improvement Bonds (Hospitality Fee Pledge), Series 2018
    • $44,000,000 Educational Facilities Authority for Private Nonprofit Institutions of Higher Learning Revenue Bonds (Charleston Southern University Project), Series 2017B and 2017C – Swap Amendments Only
    • $44,000,000 Educational Facilities Authority for Private Nonprofit Institutions of Higher Learning Revenue Bonds (Charleston Southern University Project), Series 2017B and 2017C
    • $55,000,000 South Carolina State Housing Finance and Development Authority Mortgage Revenue Bonds, Series 2017B
    • $188,725,000 South Carolina Transportation Infrastructure Bank Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series 2017A
    • $6,700,000 City of Isle of Palms, SC, Assignment of 2008 Bond
    • $36,777,333 South Carolina Jobs-Economic Development Authority Economic Development Revenue Refunding Bonds (CareAlliance Health Services d/b/a Roper St. Francis Healthcare), Series 2017A (Refunding of 2012B)
    • $111,000,000 Town of Mount Pleasant, SC, Waterworks and Sewer System Revenue Bonds, Series 2017A
    • $24,880,000 City of North Charleston, SC, Limited Obligation Bonds (Hospitality Fee Pledge), Tax-Exempt Series 2017A and $55,120,000 Taxable Series 2017B
    • $11,000,000 Educational Facilities Authority for Private Nonprofit Institutions of Higher Learning Revenue Bonds (Charleston Southern University Project), Series 2017
    • $42,705,000 College of Charleston Higher Education Facilities Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series 2017A, and $31,345,000 Academic and Administrative Facilities Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series 2017B (Refunding of 2007 C/D)
    • $50,000,000 South Carolina State Housing Finance and Development Authority Mortgage Revenue Bonds, Series 2017A
    • $60,000,000 South Carolina Jobs-Economic Development Authority Economic Development Revenue Refunding Bonds (Berkeley Hospital) (CareAlliance Health Services d/b/a Roper St. Francis Healthcare), Series 2016
    • $52,400,000 South Carolina Public Service Authority Revenue Obligations (Santee Cooper), Tax-Exempt Refunding 2016 Series C
    • $67,000,000 South Carolina State Housing Finance and Development Authority Mortgage Revenue Bonds, Series 2016 B-1 and Series 2016 B-2
    • $213,595,000 South Carolina Transportation Infrastructure Bank Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series 2016A
    • $508,705,000 South Carolina Public Service Authority Refunding and Improvement Revenue Obligations (Santee Cooper), Tax-Exempt 2016 Series B and $322,650,000 Taxable 2016 Series D
    • $354,900,000 South Carolina Transportation Infrastructure Bank Restructuring of 2003B Bonds
    • $543,745,000 South Carolina Public Service Authority Revenue Obligations (Santee Cooper), 2016 Tax-Exempt Series A
    • $300,000,000 South Carolina Public Service Authority Revenue Obligations (Santee Cooper), 2015 Tax-Exempt Series E
    • $294,025,000 South Carolina State Ports Authority Revenue Bonds, Series 2015

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Bill Youngblood works in the public finance practice group and usually serves as bond counsel or underwriters' counsel in a broad range of financing activities such as student loan, mortgage, hospital, infrastructure and utility revenue bonds. He has extensive experience with economic development tax incentives, representing both industry and government.

He served as Managing Partner of the Firm from December 17, 2003 to December 31, 2009.