Represented MERS in asserting its right to receive notice of suit as a necessary party following issuance of a judgment that expunged a mortgage lien in the form of a deed of trust wherein MERS served as record beneficiary. The firm obtained summary judgment on its bill of review and request for declaratory judgment vacating the prior judgment due to MERS’s lack of notice and ordering the deed of trust a valid, subsisting and enforceable lien on the property. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. and MERSCORP Holdings, Inc. v. Kingman Holdings, et. al, 219th Dist. Ct. of Collin County, Texas, Cause No. 219-02527-2014.

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$20 million senior-secured revolving credit facility to a domestic and international manufacturer and distributor of lumber and steel products
Represented a commercial finance company as agent and lender in connection with a $20 million senior-secured revolving credit facility provided to a more
Counsel for contractor on construction claims
Served as legal counsel for a general engineering contractor based in Northern and Southern California in connection with their work on the Golden more
Construction litigation for a general contractor
Represent a general contractor in complex litigation involving the construction of an approximately $13 million long-term, acute care hospital in more
Registered public offering of three series of corporate bonds for large U.S. tobacco company
Represented large U.S. tobacco company in its largest single securities transaction, involving a registered public offering of three series of more