Laura Martone rejoined Haynes and Boone as partner in the firm’s New York office. Her practice focuses on finance transactions, including oil and gas finance, renewable energy, commodity finance and trading and real estate lending.
Through its existing joint venture with GIC, Summit Hotel Properties closed a portfolio acquisition of 26 hotels from affiliates of NewcrestImage. Bank of America and Wells Fargo Bank provided $410 million in debt financing to support the transaction.
Stephen Grant joined Haynes and Boone as a partner in the capital markets and securities practice group in the firm’s Houston office. Grant will focus his practice on corporate finance and securities law, including securities offerings, M&A, private equity transactions and general corporate representation.
Haynes and Boone represented the New York Philharmonic in connection with financing that will allow it to speed up the planned $550 million renovation of David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
John O. Sutton Jr. joined Haynes and Boone as a partner in the firm’s finance practice group. He has experience representing banks, commercial financiers and investment funds in asset-based lending and structured finance transactions involving real estate, aircraft, hospitality, shipping and other industries.
J.P. Morgan, Wells Fargo and Bank of America provided a $110 million asset-backed lending facility to Tuesday Morning in the company’s emergence from its Chapter 11 filing.
Jefferies and Opportune are acting as financial advisors to Rosehill Resources, which commenced voluntary Chapter 11 cases under the United States Bankruptcy Code in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas.
Haynes and Boone has selected Taylor H. Wilson, partner and co-chair of the firm’s Investment Management Practice Group, to succeed Tim Powers as the firm’s managing partner effective Jan. 1, 2021.
A Haynes and Boone team represented Capitol Peak Partners in its winning joint bid with KKR to acquire Borden Dairy as a part of the milk producer’s 363 sales process to sell its assets out of bankruptcy.
BRF Finance, an affiliate of B. Riley Financial, committed to provide Tuesday Morning with $25 million of debtor-in-possession financing as required by the company’s current $100 million DIP agreement with its existing lender group.