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Nikki Hurst  Gibson
Biography

Nikki Hurst Gibson has extensive experience representing financial institutions and borrowers on commercial and consumer lending transactions; structuring, drafting and negotiating loan documentation for asset-based financing transactions, including accounts receivable, inventory and equipment secured loan transactions; senior and subordinated debt financings; securities as collateral; and real estate transactions.


Education

  • J.D., Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, 1985
  • A.B., Duke University, 1980
Representative Matters
  • Represented a real estate developer in connection with the acquisition and financing of a $35,000,000 apartment complex.
  • Represented a real estate developer in connection with a $29,000,000 Fannie Mae loan to finance an apartment complex.
  • Represented a real estate developer in connection with the sale of an apartment complex and financing by Freddie Mac and Public Housing Authority.
  • Represented a financial institution in the financing of a $13 million facility for the acquisition and construction of a rehabilitation center in Arizona.
  • Represented a financial institution in the financing of a $21 million facility for the construction of a senior housing facility.
  • Represented a financial institution in the financing of a $9 million facility for the construction of a skilled nursing facility.
  • Represented a financial institution in the financing of a $12 million revolving credit facility and $6 million term loan for working capital and corporate need.
  • Represented a financial institution in the financing of a $9 million construction loan for the construction of a boutique hotel on a resort in Missouri.
  • Represented a financial institution in the financing of a $13 million acquisition and construction loan for student housing in Oklahoma.
  • Represented a real estate developer in connection with the acquisition and financing of a $25 million purchase of a shopping center in Houston, Texas.
  • Represented a movie theater chain in connection with the financing of the buy out of a partner.
  • Represented a financial institution as administrative agent on a $25 million syndicated loan transaction to an oil and gas services company.
  • Represented a financial institution in connection with the sale of OREO property involving municipal utility district issues.
  • Represented a financial institution in the initial financing and refinancing of a $24 million purchase of a restaurant chain, including the negotiation of an inter-creditor agreement with the mezzanine lender.
  • Represented a financial institution in the financing of a $40 million senior debt for the purchase and renovation of a hotel and the negotiation of inter-creditor agreement with the mezzanine lender.
  • Represented a financial institution in a $15 million credit facility including an Export-Import Bank facility. 
Noteworthy
  • Named one of the "Best Lawyers in Dallas" by D Magazine, 2017
  • Selected by attorney peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America®, 2017
  • Former in-house Legal Counsel for Bank One
  • Founding member and steering committee of Dallas Women's Forum, Duke University
Activities & Memberships
  • State Bar of Texas
  • Dallas Bar Association
  • Women's Finance Exchange
  • Member of Board and Executive Committee, Alumni Association, Duke University
  • Chair, Alumni Admissions Committee, Duke University
  • Co-Chair, North Texas Regional Board, Duke University
  • Member of Alumni Board Advisory Council, Dallas Women's Foundation
  • Member, Dallas Council, Annie's List
  • Member of the Board, Annual Fund Executive Committee, Duke University, 2005-2011
Presentations
  • 2016: LLC and Partnership Interests as Collateral, University of Texas School of Law, “LLC’s, LP’s and Partnerships” Conference, Austin, Texas, July.
  • 2012: ”Perfecting Security Interests in LLC and Partnership Interests-How Hard Can that be?,” State Bar of Texas Webinar, August.
  • 2012: “LLC and Partnership Interests as Collateral: Current Practices, Issues and Pitfalls,” University of Texas School of Law, “LLC’s, LP’s and Partnerships” Conference, Austin, Texas, July.
  • 2012: "LLC and Partnership Interests as Collateral: Potential Risks for Lenders," Presented to Various Banking Clients, February, March, April, and May.