A group of high-profile industrial companies were identified as potentially responsible parties in connection with a federal Superfund site that has been described by an EPA administrator as "one of the most polluted urban water bodies in the country." The group includes multinational oil and gas corporations, a mining company and an electricity and natural gas delivery company.
Representing the group collectively as common counsel, Waller attorneys continue to negotiate directly with the EPA and state and city environmental agencies with respect to the Remedial Investigation and Feasibility Study (RI/FS) being conducted by the group and the overall strategy for the site.
Represented Tri Star Energy in its acquisition of Abbeville, Alabama-based Herndon Oil Corporation.
Represented UMB Bank as Bond Trustee holding a security interest on all of the assets of a bankrupt biomass manufacturer and facilitated the bank’s sale of those assets.
Represented River Associates-backed Presco Polymers in its acquisition of Rhino Marking & Protection Systems, a Minnesota-based manufacturer of marker posts and other related damage prevention products including surface markers, decals and signage.
Represented River Associates in its acquisition of Pelco Products, Inc., an Oklahoma-based traffic and utility hardware manufacturer and supplier.
Represented River Associates-backed Presco Polymers in its acquisition of William Frick & Company, a designer, manufacturer and value-added reseller of specialty labeling and marking products.
Represented a regional bank as lender in providing a $3.5 million senior credit facility to finance acquisition by a private equity company of a manufacturing company.