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Scott J. Moore

Scott Moore has broad experience representing agents, lenders, borrowers, and other market participants in a wide variety of commercial financing transactions. His practice includes structuring, negotiating, and documenting syndicated secured and unsecured and multicurrency financings, private debt placements, securitizations and structured financings, acquisition financings, liquidity facilities, and debtor-in-possession and exit financings. He also has extensive experience in restructurings and workouts.

Scott's recent financing transactions include representing: Bank of America, as agent, in financings for Affinia Group, HHI Holdings, HoMedics, Midland Paper, and North Star Bluescope Steel; Ameren and its subsidiaries in their $2.1 billion revolving credit facilities; OGE Energy Corp. and its subsidiaries in their $1.8 billion revolving and term loan facilities; Xcel Energy Inc. and its subsidiaries in their $2.45 billion revolving credit facilities; USG in its $500 million asset-based revolving credit facility; and Woodward in its $120 million acquisition facility. In addition, a significant portion of Scott's  practice has focused on restructurings, exit and debtor-in-possession financings, and section 363 acquisition financings, including representations for Boscov's, Empire Today, Patriarch Partners, and Qimonda. [1]