Hannah Loo focuses her practice on mergers and acquisitions, private equity investments, corporate formations and restructurings, corporate finance, and general corporate and securities matters. She has advised public and private companies, including private-equity backed companies and startups/emerging growth companies, in a broad range of business sectors, including the manufacturing, materials, telecommunications, and technology industries.
Ms. Loo worked with the firm as a summer associate in 2015 and in 2016. She previously served as a law clerk at a local law firm in Singapore and in the Singapore offices of two international law firms.
While attending law school, Ms. Loo served as the Managing Editor of the Chicago Journal of International Law and as the president of the Asian-Pacific American Law Students Association. She also served as a research assistant to Professor Daniel Puchniak of the National University of Singapore Faculty of Law and received the Ann Watson Barber Outstanding Service Award.
Represented an aviation-related emerging company in a $85 million Series A funding round.
Represented OneTrust, LLC, a privacy management software company, in its acquisitions of DataGuidance, a privacy and security regulatory research platform, and Integris Software, a data discovery and classification platform provider.
Represented a commercial real estate service provider, as borrower, in connection with a $40 million senior secured facility.
Represented an aviation-related emerging company, as borrower, in connection with $35 million and $40 million syndicated secured facilities.
Advised OneTrust, LLC, a privacy management software company in $150 million Series A and $200 million Series B funding rounds.
Represented Andritz AG in the acquisition of Xerium Technologies, Inc., a global manufacturer and supplier of industrial machine clothing and roll covers for paper, tissue and board machines in a merger transaction valued at approximately $833 million.
Advised AT&T Inc. in the acquisition of AlienVault, an innovative technology and security company.
Represented a bank, as lead arranger and administrative agent, in connection with a $250 million syndicated bank loan facility provided to gasoline service corporation.
Represented a tribal affiliate in connection with $130 million facility for use in existing gaming and resort expansion.
Represented a sporting goods company with the outsourcing of its information technology infrastructure and network services.
University of Chicago Law School, J.D. (2017)
Carnegie Mellon University, B.S., Ethics, History, and Public Policy, Minor in Economics (2014) University and College Honors
Georgia Asian Pacific American Bar Association, Member
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