Clark Hill Attorney Thomas Vicario Joins New York Bar Association
– Clark Hill attorney Tom Vicario is now a member of the New York Bar Association.
is a member of the Corporate Practice Group in Clark Hill’s Chicago office where he represents lenders and borrowers in various financing transactions, including related workouts and amendments. Tom has also represented issuers of high-yield debt in various high-yield debt offerings.
Tom has represented banks in connection with the preparation of various form loan documentation. He has also represented unsecured credit committees and oil and gas industry clients in various corporate and securities transactions, including (i) issuances of secured and unsecured high-yield debt in public and private offerings, including repurchases of such debt in debt tender offers, (ii) mergers and other acquisition transactions, including public-to-public mergers, and (iii) asset purchase transactions. In addition, Tom has regularly advised clients regarding general corporate matters and securities law compliance.
Prior to joining Clark Hill, Tom practiced law for 2 years at Mayer Brown LLP, and, prior to that, for 5 years at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP.
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