Dallas
214.745.5242 Direct
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mwbailey@winstead.com

Michael is a member of Winstead’s Finance & Banking Practice Group. He regularly represents borrowers and lenders in connection with a variety of financing structures, including asset‐based loans, cash‐flow based loans (both syndicated and bilateral), first‐lien/second‐lien financings, real estate loans, acquisition financings, as well as loan workouts in connection with a variety of loan structures. Michael’s clients include money‐center banks, regional banks, finance companies and private investment funds.

Representative Experience

  • Lead counsel to agents and lenders in structuring, negotiating and documenting a variety of syndicated and bilateral loan transactions, both asset-based and cash-flow
  • Lead counsel to borrowers (both strategic and private equity sponsored) in connection with the structuring of debt transactions, including acquisition financings
  • Lead counsel on workouts and foreclosures with respect to both real and personal property collateral
  • Documentation of loans for borrowers in industry groups including manufacturing, media and telecommunications, oilfield services, and consumer/retail

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