Julius represents hospitals, health care networks, colleges and other institutional providers on a wide variety of corporate and business matters, with an emphasis on advising rural hospitals and non-profit organizations with regard to tax-exempt bond financing, Certificate of Need, all aspects of federal and state regulatory compliance, board governance, network and provider contracting, strategic planning and development, employment law and legislative services.
Julius has significant experience and expertise representing clients in complex tax-exempt bond financing transactions. He serves as borrower’s counsel to a large number of non-profit institutions who regularly participate in tax-exempt bonds issued by Maine Health and Higher Educational Facilities Authority (MHHEFA). Over the past 25 years, on behalf of non-profit institutions, Julius has successfully negotiated, documented and closed MHHEFA bond transactions totaling over $1.5 billion in aggregate principal amount.
Julius has more than 25 years of experience as a business lawyer and health law strategist. Prior to joining Kelly, Remmel & Zimmerman, Julius served as managing law partner in a firm that specialized exclusively in health law.
As a business lawyer, he represents hospitals, colleges and other institutional providers as well as borrowers in a wide variety of real estate, debt and equity financing transactions.
Prior to practicing law, Julius served as an intern for Judge Courtland Perry of the Maine District Court (1995), Chief Judge Kirk Studstrup of the Maine District Court (1995) and Chief Justice Daniel E. Wathen of the Supreme Judicial Court of Maine (1997). Julius also worked in the commercial workout division at Key Bank of Maine.
Julius received his undergraduate degree from Connecticut College (1990), and a J.D., from University of New Hampshire School of Law (1997). Julius also attended the London School of Economics in London, England.
Julius has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America for Health Care Law since 2007.