Lindsey Reighard represents private and public companies in connection with a wide range of corporate and transactional matters. Along with many other types of transactions, she handles domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, corporate carve-outs, joint ventures and other strategic alliances, commercial real estate acquisitions and dispositions, debt and equity investments, equity restructurings and recapitalizations. She also represents private equity funds in the acquisition, disposition and equity structuring of portfolio companies.
Lindsey advises clients regularly on general corporate, securities laws and corporate governance matters, including with respect to organizational matters, corporate compliance and public and private securities offerings. She also has experience drafting and negotiating a broad array of commercial contracts.
Lindsey routinely works with clients in a variety of industries, including technology, telecommunications, retail, hospitality, real estate, healthcare and manufacturing.
Lindsey is actively involved in various nonprofit and community service organizations. Lindsey serves on the Firm’s Pro Bono and Community Service Committee and provides pro bono legal services through local nonprofit organizations, including representing immigrants who have suffered human rights abuses. She also serves on the board of directors of The Turning Point, a local nonprofit organization, and is the Vice Chair of the Mergers and Acquisitions Committee of the State Bar of Texas, Business Law Section.
Represented a US incentives and rewards solutions company in its $290 million merger with a US prepaid and payment solutions company
Represented a global business services, technology and document management company in its acquisition of a US leading provider of health assessment and risk management services
Represented an international chain of retail convenience stores in multiple acquisitions of US convenience stores
Represented a US operator of long-term acute care hospitals in its acquisition of a home health care service provider
Represented a health care service provider in numerous joint ventures with large hospital systems
Represented a global private equity firm in one-off disposition transactions aggregating in excess of $550 million for various hotel real estate investment trust (REITs), branded hotels and office buildings in numerous US jurisdictions
Represented a private-equity backed provider of land surveying, geospatial and construction services in its acquisition of a subsurface utility engineering company
Represented a private equity fund in its acquisition of a craft brewery
Represented a global provider of auto finance solutions in its Rule 144A offerings of senior notes and registered exchange offerings totaling $3.5 billion in financings
Represented several major stock exchange-listed US companies in connection with Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) reporting, corporate governance and corporate compliance
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