Thaddeus E. Chase Jr. represents clients in a wide range of corporate and securities matters, mainly regarding public and private companies. His experience includes advising clients in a variety of industries with respect to mergers and acquisitions, internal restructurings, securities law compliance, securities offerings and other general corporate governance matters. Thaddeus also provides pro bono services for various nonprofit organizations, including formation of new 501(c)(3) entities.
Represented a private company in the purchase of all of the assets of a financial services company for $3 million
Assisted in the representation of a private replacement battery company’s strategic investment of $10 million in publically traded battery recycling company
Assisted in the representation of the Conflicts Committee of American Midstream Partners in its $162 million acquisition of a minority interest in Delta House from an affiliate of ArcLight Capital Partners, LLC
Represented a private company in its strategic debt and equity investments of $25 million in a financial services company
Assisted in the representation of a privately held oil and gas company in the sale of Eagle Ford Shale assets to an MLP for $340 million in cash and stock
Represented a privately held oil and gas measurement and fabrication company in the sale of all of its assets to an energy fund portfolio company for $60 million in cash and stock
Assisted in the representation of privately owned property management company and its refinancing and reorganization of its 1.9 million square foot shopping center
Assisted in the representation of a privately held company in the sale of substantially all of the company’s assets and two real estate transactions by affiliates of the company for $30 million in cash
Represented a privately held limited partnership and its affiliates in the sale of Delaware Basin assets to a Colorado limited liability company for $50 million in cash
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