Robert V. Slattery Jr.
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Robert  V. Slattery

主な取扱業務

ファイナンス

学歴

  • J.D. , Columbia University School of Law
  • M.B.A. , Columbia University Graduate School of Business
  • A.B. , Stanford University

資格

  • State of California
  • State of Texas

Affiliations

  • State Bar of California Uniform Commercial Code Committee, 2002-2005
  • Pacific Palisades Civic League, Board of Governors, 1990-1997
Robert V. Slattery, Jr.
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Tel: +1.213.488.7235
Fax: +1.213.629.1033
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Bob Slattery is a partner in Pillsbury's Finance practice and heads that practice in the Los Angeles office. He has broad-based finance and corporate experience, including representation of domestic and foreign financial institutions in a wide variety of credit transactions and representation of companies as borrowers in credit transactions. His areas of significant experience include syndicated lending, project finance, asset-based lending, acquisition financing, real estate finance, public finance, letters of credit, LSTA loan trades and participations, legal opinions and the Uniform Commercial Code. He has also frequently represented lenders in restructurings and workouts of various types of financing transactions.

Mr. Slattery studied Japanese banking and securities law at Chuo University in Tokyo on a Japanese government fellowship for one year and practiced law in Tokyo for approximately three years.

Mr. Slattery has extensive experience representing banks and other financial institutions in energy financing transactions, including utility lending, project finance and financing for oil and gas producers, refiners, wholesalers and pipeline operators. His energy-related representations include the following:
 
  • representation of agent banks in numerous credit facilities, ranging in size from $25,000,000 to $500,000,000, for regulated utilities and their unregulated affiliates
  • representation of agent banks in project financing for cogeneration, hydroelectric and gas-storage facilities, ranging in amount from $25,000,000 to $200,000,000
  • representation of the agent bank in a $500,000,000 working-capital credit facility for an oil refiner
  • representation of the developer of California’s Path 15 transmission project in a $20,000,000 construction and contingent-loan credit facility
  • representation of the agent bank in a $185,000,000 liquidity and working-capital credit facility for California Power Exchange Corporation (established to maintain a market in electricity in connection with the deregulation of the electric energy market in California)

Mr. Slattery has also represented lead lenders and borrowers in numerous credit facilities for companies in other industries, including the following:
 
  • representation of a provider of gift cards and other prepaid products in an $864,000,000 revolving credit and term loan facility
  • representation of the agent bank in a $1,000,000,000 credit facility for a Japanese-owned automotive finance company
  • representation of the agent bank in a $200,000,000 term loan facility for Mattel, Inc.
  • representation of the agent bank in a $140,000,000 revolving credit and term loan facility for Quiksilver, Inc.
  • representation of a food-processing company in a $200,000,000 revolving credit and term loan facility
  • representation of a fast-food company, as sole lender, in a $147,000,000 term loan to one of its shareholders

In addition, Mr. Slattery has extensive experience representing lenders in restructurings and workouts of various types of financing transactions, including the following:
 
  • representation of the agent bank in the workout of a $145,000,000 revolving credit and term loan facility for an on-line data-marketing company
  • representation of the agent bank in the restructuring and workout of a $185,000,000 revolving credit facility for a real estate investment trust
  • representation of the sole lender in the workout of a $27,000,000 project financing for a hydroelectric facility
  • representation of the agent bank in the restructuring and workout of a $105,000,000 revolving credit and term loan facility for a mail-presorting company
  • representation of the sole lender in a $75,000,000 debtor-in-possession credit facility for an electric utility

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