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Stephen M. Pezanosky

Stephen M. Pezanosky

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Haynes and Boone, LLP
Texas, U.S.A.

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For more than 25 years, Steve has handled complex financial restructurings. He routinely represents debtors, lenders, lender groups and other constituents in insolvency matters across the country, as well as buyers and sellers of distressed companies. Although he has worked in numerous business sectors over the years, Steve has developed particular knowledge in the energy, real estate and technology industries. Steve’s practice is national in scope, including recent matters he has handled in New York, Delaware, California, Colorado, Florida, Tennessee, Louisiana, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona and Nevada.

Steve has been recognized as one of the top restructuring practitioners over the past decade by inclusion in Chambers USA, Chambers & Partners (2010-2017); The Best Lawyers in America, Woodward/White, Inc. (2005-2017); Texas Super Lawyers, Thomson Reuters (2003-2017); D Magazine's Best Lawyers in Dallas, D Magazine Partners (2015-2017); Fort Worth, Texas magazine's Top Attorneys, Bankruptcy, Panther City Media Group, LP (2004-2017); Fort Worth Business Press “Attorneys of Excellence – Elite 100” (2003-2005); and D Magazine’s “Best Lawyers in Dallas Under 40,” D Magazine Partners (2002).

Education

J.D., Texas Tech University School of Law, 1991 cum laude; Order of the Coif; Note Editor,Texas Tech Law Review
B.A., Texas Tech University, 1988 cum laude
Areas of Practice
Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

Represented the acquirer of a publicly-traded oil and gas company in Chapter 11 case involving multiple off-shore platforms and properties.

Represented a national merchant utility (as Chapter 11 debtor) in $1 billion bankruptcy claims litigation.

Represented a publicly-traded oil field services company as a debtor in a successful pre-negotiated Chapter 11 bankruptcy case, which culminated in the sale of the company for $195 million.

Represented the debtor in the successful Chapter 11 case of the nation's largest distributor of products used in manufactured housing industry.

Represented a privately-held maker of fiber-optic components in its $500 million sale to a Fortune 100 company.

Represented the largest manufacturer of wafer handling equipment used in the semi-conductor industry in its successful reorganization under Chapter 11.

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