Trey DeLoach’s transactional practice includes experience with commercial lending, mergers and acquisitions, general corporate representations, and general business and corporate governance issues. His work includes the negotiation and preparation of purchase agreements, loan documents, corporate documents, partnership and limited liability company agreements, license agreements, services agreements, employment agreements, and noncompetition and nonsolicitation agreements.
J.D., summa cum laude, Creighton University School of Law, 1991
Assisted CrossFirst Bank in providing $20M debt financing for the sale of House of Outdoors to Rise Run Capital.
Represented Chumash Capital Investments, LLC (CCI) in its acquisition of Azimuth Technology, LLC – a manufacturer of tight-tolerance firearm components – from LongVue Capital and Clavis Capital Partners.
Represented SWAPTX, Inc. as special Texas counsel in connection with sale by its parent, New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co. Inc., of the parent’s $200,000,000 senior notes to Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC.
Represented client Capital Distributing – a Dallas-based appliance seller, offering delivery and installation for builders, remodelers, architects, designers and consumers – in its sale to Newport News, Va.-based Ferguson Bath, Kitchen and Lighting Gallery.
Counseled a bank in the refinancing of a $25 million credit facility with a regional restaurant chain and negotiation of an intercreditor agreement with subordinated lenders.
Advised a manufacturing company in the negotiation and documentation of a new $13 million credit facility with a national bank.
Represented a bank in the financing of a $10 million credit facility with a local automobile dealer
Represented a frozen food distributor in the sale of the company to a strategic buyer.
Counseled an investment company in the redemption of partnership interests from a departing partner.
Advised an investment fund in the sale of a billiards manufacturing company to a strategic buyer.
Ongoing representation of an investment fund in the acquisition and restructuring of distressed debt.
Ongoing engagement by a manufacturing company for general corporate matters in both the United States and Mexico.
Named one of the "Best Lawyers in Dallas" by D Magazine, 2018.
From 1996 to 2004, Trey was the Associate Dean for Student Affairs at Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law where he also taught Unincorporated Business Associations and Legal Interviewing, Counseling, and Negotiations.
Two year letterman, Nebraska Cornhusker Football Team