Elizabeth A. Buckley

Counsel

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Practices
Industries
Education
  • The University of Georgia School of Law, JD, magna cum laude, Order of the Coif, Articles Editor, Journal of Intellectual Property Law, 2007
  • Georgia Institute of Technology, BS, Management, with Highest Honors, 2003
Admissions
  • Georgia
Affiliations

Board Member, Turnaround Management Association NextGen

Member, Junior League of Atlanta

Liz focuses her practice on representing banks and other financial institutions in syndicated and single-lender commercial debt financing transactions, including revolving and term loan credit facilities. Liz has experience in documenting, closing and maintaining many types of financial transactions, including large syndicated cash flow and asset-based credit facilities. Liz also has experience documenting the workout and restructuring of existing credit facilities.

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1230 Peachtree Street, N.E.
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Atlanta, GA 30309-3534

Represented agent and lender in connection with a $700,000,000 “Exit” financing for global automotive supplier.

Represented agent and lender in connection with a $85,000,000 “Debtor-in-Possession” financing for manufacturer of china, collectibles, ornaments and jewelry.

Represented agent and lender in connection with a $73,600,000 “Debtor-in-Possession” financing for provider of third-party logistics and carrier services in the United States and Canada.

Represented lender in connection with a $65,000,000 senior secured revolving and term loan credit facilities to furniture retailer.

Represented agent and lender in connection with a $45,000,000 senior secured revolving credit facility to facilitate initial acquisition of Canadian company which included adding a cross-border facility.

Represented lender in connection with a $45,000,000 secured revolving credit facility to manufacturer and distributor of treated outdoor wood products for the residential, commercial, industrial and utility markets.

Represented lender in connection with a $40,000,000 secured revolving credit facility to steel distribution company.

Represented lender in connection with a $35,000,000 senior secured revolving facility to processor of fresh beef products.

Represented lender in connection with a $15,500,000 senior secured revolving credit facility to facilitate initial acquisition of a trucking company.

Represented lender in connection with a $18,750,000 secured term loan facility to manufacturer of packaging products and systems for industrial and retail customers.

Represented lender in connection with a $14,500,000 senior secured revolving and term loan credit facilities to seafood wholesaler and distributor.

Co-author, When There’s No Money for Chapter 11: An Overview of Enforcement of Security Interests Under Article 9, ICLE Georgia Secured Lending Seminar, 2013
Presenter, "Beer and CLE: The Life of a Deal: Due Diligence," Atlanta Bar Association, 2013