Elle Hayes focuses her practice on general corporate matters, particularly mergers and acquisitions. She represents clients on renewable energy transactions including project finance and tax equity transactions. She has experience working with clients across a variety of industries, including media, entertainment, sports, renewable energy, healthcare and technology.
While in law school, Elle was assistant communications editor for the Journal of Technology Law & Policy. She also served as a student volunteer coordinator with Southern Legal Counsel, where she organized events to assist homeless and low-income individuals obtain legal advice, and interned with Chief Judge Joseph Farina of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court of Florida.
Represented the family office of a multiple-time MVP NBA player, in numerous joint ventures, endorsement deals and corporate matters
Represented Doral Renewables and its affiliated companies in a series of complex and layered financing transactions aggregating $685 million for the development, construction and operation of the 400MW Mammoth North solar project located in Starke County, Indiana, the first of three phases of what will become the 1.3GW Mammoth Solar Farm, the largest integrated photovoltaic solar electricity generating facility in the US
Represented Comvest Partners and its portfolio company Lasko in its acquisition of Intertex, Inc., dba B-Air, a leading provider of air movers, dehumidifiers, air scrubbers, inflatable blowers and complementary products
Represented H.I.G. Capital, LLC and its portfolio company Lipari Foods in the acquisition of Troyer Cheese, Inc., Troyer Bros. Trucking, Ltd. and Amish Wedding Foods, Inc., a specialty food distributor, manufacturer and processor
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