Steven A. Buxbaum has many years of experience in the areas of corporate and partnership law, mergers and acquisitions, governance and general business transactions across a number of industries, including airlines, distribution, oil and gas and oilfield service and supply, hospitality, homebuilding, cable television, newspaper publishing, bioscience and medical technology.
Steve’s experience includes debt and equity restructuring and the representation of sellers and purchasers of business enterprises, including sales and acquisitions effected under Section 363 of the United States Bankruptcy Code and through Chapter 11 plans of reorganization. Steve also represents start-up entities, investors and investor groups and individuals, funds and entities in private debt and equity financing and a broad range of business transactions. He has also represented claimants’ committees and the legal representative for future claimants in mass tort Chapter 11 cases and represents the resulting settlement trusts, as well as a claims processing facility.
Early in his career, Steve spent 10 years as the in-house vice president and general counsel of a major industrial and oilfield distribution company, providing him with an excellent background in the issues important to businesses and an understanding of the interplay of their administrative and operations functions as well as the ability to view issues from the perspectives of management and owners.
With many years of experience, Steve is a trusted advisor to his clients, acting as an outside general counsel to many of them, and values highly the personal relationships he has built with his clients over the years.
- J.D., University of Texas at Austin School of Law, 1973
- B.A., Economics, Dartmouth College, 1970, cum laude
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