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John Badman

John Badman


Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP
Virginia, U.S.A.

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In his routine representation of publicly traded and portfolio company borrowers, John strives to understand each client’s goals and achieve them.

In his routine representation of publicly traded and portfolio company borrowers, John strives to understand each client’s goals and achieve them.
Focusing on commercial borrowing and lending, John represents borrowers and lenders in secured and unsecured term, revolving and bridge loan facilities. He works regularly on large facility borrowings, portfolio company acquisitions and refinancings and assists with routine loan administration inquiries, including ongoing compliance questions, waivers, amendments and consents.

John has provided hundreds of hours of pro bono service, including consistent work with the Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project’s Screening Committee reviewing cases of prisoners maintaining their innocence.

Relevant Experience

  • Routinely represents middle market private equity clients in portfolio company acquisitions and refinancings, often structured with senior borrowing and mezzanine debt.
  • Represented publicly traded wholesale grocery and general line distributions company in a $2.4 billion revolving credit facility.
  • Represented publicly traded lawn and garden products and services provider in a $2.3 billion secured multi-currency term and revolving facility.
  • Represented publicly traded global security service borrower in a $1.5 billion senior secured multi-currency facility.
  • Represented publicly traded medical device distributions company in an unsecured $1.345 billion term and revolving facility.
  • Represented publicly traded diversified telecommunications holding company in a $960 million senior secured financing, the proceeds of which were used to acquire a publicly traded provider of wireless communications services.
  • Represented publicly traded used car dealer in connection with the issuance of $500 million of senior unsecured notes in a 4(a)(2) private placement.
  • Represented publicly traded energy company in a $775 million term and revolving facility in connection with an acquisition.
  • Represented public company borrower in a $200 million revolving credit and $250 million term facility.
  • Represented public company borrower in + $1 billion credit facility.

Bar Admissions

  • Virginia


BA, Trinity College, American Studies, 2010
Areas of Practice
Professional Career

Professional Associations

  • Richmond Bar Association
  • Virginia Bar Association

Professional Activities and Experience

  • E. Randolph Williams Award for Outstanding Pro Bono Service, 2015–2016


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