Troy Lewis advises companies and private equity firms, focusing primarily on complex and challenging acquisitions, dispositions, and restructurings. He has extensive experience with distressed transactions, both within and outside the bankruptcy process.
With 30 years of service to the Firm and its clients, Troy’s experience covers a broad range of industries, including basic materials, chemicals, energy and energy products and services, manufacturing, and technology.
Representative transactions include Tokyo Electron’s attempted $29 billion merger-of-equals with Applied Materials; Flint Hills Resources’ $2.1 billion acquisition of PetroLogistics, LP; Viasystems Group’s $297 million acquisition by TTM Technologies; Weir Group’s $675 million acquisition of Seaboard Holdings; Arctic Glacier’s $435 million sale of its business and assets to H.I.G. Capital; and SP Fiber’s $288.5 million acquisition by WestRock. Other recent transactions include OMRON Corporation’s acquisition of Sentech; Flint Hills Resources’ sale of marketing and logistics assets in Alaska to Tesoro; Molex’s acquisition of Interconnect Systems; Turnbridge Capital’s acquisition of Impact Selector International; Fluor’s acquisition of a majority interest in NuScale Power; and Micron Technology’s acquisition of a minority stake in Ovonyx.
- October 20, 2010
Thorny Issues in Joint Ventures, Jones Day MCLE University
- November 4, 2009
Doing Business in a Troubled Environment, Jones Day MCLE University
"Very detail-oriented and a very good, technical lawyer" — Chambers USA
- The University of Texas at Austin (J.D. with honors 1987; Phi Delta Phi); Southern Methodist University (B.S. magna cum laude 1984; Phi Beta Kappa)
Recognized as one of the top corporate/M&A lawyers in Texas by Chambers USA (2007-2019)
Recommended for corporate/M&A by PLC Which lawyer? (2012)
Selected to Texas Super Lawyers (2012-2019)
Recommended for capital markets/debt offerings by The Legal 500 US (2011)
Texas Lawyer "Dealmaker of the Week" (December 5, 2011)