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HERSCHEL HAMNER’s practice focuses on debt financings, including corporate lending transactions, leveraged acquisition financings, specialty financings and other debt investments. His practice centers on finance transactions in the energy industry, where he has extensive experience in the upstream, oilfield services, midstream and downstream sectors.
Herschel represents both lenders and borrowers in connection with secured and unsecured credit facilities and note purchase facilities, including cash flow loans, reserve-based lending transactions, asset-based lending transactions, unitranche financings, first lien/second lien transactions, mezzanine financings and bridge loans, as well as workouts and restructurings. On the lender side, he regularly counsels commercial banks in syndicated credit facilities and non-bank lenders in direct lending transactions. On the borrower side, he advises public companies, private equity funds, sponsor-backed portfolio companies and other privately held entities in a wide range of debt financings.
Herschel has been ranked for the past nine years (2012–2019) by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business for Texas: Banking & Finance.
Co-Author, “Low Oil Prices Put Pressure on Minimum Hedging Requirements in Alternative Financings for E&P Borrowers,” Oil & Gas Financial Journal, October 2015.