The Corporate Deal Tracker 2021 M&A Master List had been updated through Sept. 30. The list has been designed to grow with firm contributions. Check in regularly as the list grows.
Below is a list of qualified CAPITAL MARKETS transactions reported to The Texas Lawbook. The list is organic. It is designed to grow as needed. So if you have deals that
A Dallas REIT specializing in data centers announced that it is being acquired by a consortium led by KKR and Global Infrastructure Partners. Kirkland’s Texas offices were in the thick of the deal.
In the third quarter of 2021 there were 437 M&A transactions involving Texas businesses in deals worth more than $84 billion, according to exclusive data provided to The Texas Lawbook by Dealogic. But that isn’t even the good news. The Lawbook has more.
The Texas Lawbook has details on the latest State Bar of Texas disciplinary actions, which includes lawyers who neglected their clients’ legal matters and failed to keep them in the loop. In one instance, a Dallas lawyer stole $50k from a client and filed for bankruptcy protection in an attempt to cover it up.
A periodically updated list of Capital Markets transactions reported to the Texas Lawbook through June 30, 2021. It reflects deals handled by the Texas offices of law firms or deals involving Texas companies.
This ranks lead participation by law firms in which Texas offices were led the legal advisory teams for any parties of a merger, acquisition, divestiture or joint venture reported to or by The Texas Lawbook during the first six months of 2021 — whether or not values were disclosed.
Corporate Deal Tracker: Law firms in which Texas lawyers were the lead legal advisors for the buyers, sellers or targets of a merger, acquisition, divestiture or joint venture during the first six months of 2021.
Newly released data from the Small Business Administration reveals the full extent to which Texas law firms relied on Payroll Protection Plan loans to stay afloat while adjusting to the widespread disruptions of the Covid-19 pandemic. But the data also shows that law firms in Texas rebounded enough to leave a fair amount of federal money on the table. The Texas Lawbook has the numbers.
Dallas-based HollyFrontier Corporation and Holly Energy Partners are paying $1.8 billion to add Sinclair Oil’s iconic brand and distribution network to their operation.