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Lou Ann Brunenn represents and counsels agents, lenders and borrowers in structuring and documenting secured and unsecured credit facilities for both public and private companies. Lou Ann's experience includes both loan originations and the workout and restructure of distressed debt.

Representative Experience

  • Representation of agents, lenders and borrowers in a variety of corporate and middle market transactions, including single-lender and large syndicated financings, acquisition financings, sponsor-led financings, letter of credit facilities, cash flow and asset-based financings, multi-currency facilities, credit facilities guaranteed by the Export-Import Bank of the United States, and first lien/second lien facilities
  • Transactional experience in a wide variety of industries including television and radio broadcasting, telecommunications, media, manufacturing, insurance, restaurants, healthcare, entertainment, transportation, and financial services
  • Structures and negotiates facilities with multiple debt and lien priorities; her experience includes negotiating complex intercreditor arrangements and subordination agreements 

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