Suyash S. Raiborde

Special Counsel  |  Greenville

Meet Suyash

Suyash Raiborde represents governmental organizations, public-private partnerships and nonprofit organizations with their financing and infrastructure needs. Additionally, he advises domestic and international companies on various corporate matters. Suyash is licensed in New York and South Carolina.

Suyash previously worked with Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd from 2016-2019. Before rejoining our firm, he worked for a national law firm based in New York City.


  • ·  Represented a South Carolina university as bond and development counsel in the financing and development of an on-campus student housing project
  • ·  ​Served as bond and development counsel for a local government entity in the development of a sports and entertainment facility
  • ·  Represented a nearly $1 billion local government redevelopment project in a downtown corridor with a private counterparty
  • ·  Represented a tenant in a leasing transaction for a medical office building portfolio valued at $240 million
  • ·  Represented a Chinese manufacturer in corporate and real estate matters related to a $300 million foreign direct investment

Examples of Suyash’s past work are included below:

  • ·  Served as bond counsel for a state port authority on recent issuances of revenue bonds, subordinated obligations, commercial paper and special facility revenue bonds for fuel system improvements in Massachusetts
  • ·  Served as disclosure counsel for an international airport in Utah
  • ·  Negotiated the long-term lease and development agreement with a private airport operator in an airport expansion project in Connecticut
  • ·  Represented a transportation authority procurement of a multi-station design-build-maintenance ADA accessibility station upgrade project in New York City
  • ·  Represented a transportation authority in Florida on an autonomous vehicle system program, including the procurement for the first phase of the program
  • ·  Represented a local government entity in connection with a hybrid design-build-finance-operate-maintain (DBFOM) P3 project in Colorado
  • ·  Represented city and county governments in connection with an availability payment procurement for the local rapid transit system in Hawaii
  • ·  Represented a county transportation authority in California in connection with a design-build project to replace an aging viaduct over an active rail yard
  • Emory University, J.D., 2016
  • ​North Greenville University, B.A., 2012
  • South Carolina, 2016
  • New York, 2020
Honors and Awards
  • Super Lawyers® 2022 “Rising Stars” Government Contracts (New York, NY)
  • North Greenville University Alumni Association, Young Alumnus Award 2019
  • Emory International Law Review, Executive Board Member
Professional and Civic Activities
  • YMCA – Judson Community Center, Board of Directors (2018-2019)

Presentations and Publications
  • “Project Delivery: An Overview of Public-Private Partnerships and Alternative Project Delivery Methods in the United States,” Greenville County Bar Year-End CLE, February 11, 2022
  • ​“How do I Deliver a Project with the P3 Model? Best Practices for a Successful Procurement Process,” Public-Private Partnership Government Conference, Arlington, VA, December 8, 2021
  • “Private Investments in Airports,” 37th Annual Airport Law Workshop, Washington D.C., October 19, 2021