Eric Maki has more than 30 years of experience in the area of capital markets, with particular emphasis in public offerings and private placements of securities, and, in particular high yield debt issuances. Eric has represented issuers, underwriters, and investors in a wide variety of public and private offerings (including pursuant to Rule 144A and Regulation S) of debt, equity, preferred stock, and hybrid and structured securities, debt restructurings, tender offers, exchange offers, consent solicitations, unit offerings, securitizations, and other complex transactions. His practice includes substantial representation of foreign private issuers. He also regularly advises domestic and non-U.S. companies with respect to SEC reporting, corporate governance, and securities law compliance matters and advises on the securities aspects of public and private M&A transactions.
Eric's recent engagements include representing Sprint Corporation in connection with a $7 billion spectrum-back debt program, as well as a $1.7 billion debt tender offer; Rex Energy in connection with an $800 million debt exchange offer as well as a $250 million first lien credit facility; and Exide Corporation in connection with a $600 million recapitalization/debt restructuring. Eric also has recently represented, among others, the following clients in connection with significant securities transactions: Asbury Automotive Group; Cascades; Church's Holding Corp; Eastman Chemical; FTI Consulting; Gray Television; Grupo Dina, S.A. de C.V.; International Automotive Components Group, S.A.; Morgan Stanley; Orange, S.A. and Procter & Gamble.
Eric is involved in many aspects of the Firm's Capital Markets Practice, including being a member of the Firm's Opinion Committee.
SEC Permits Abbreviated Tender and Exchange Offers for Non-Convertible High-Yield and Investment-Grade Debt Securities
United States Court of Appeals Holds SEC's Rules Regarding Conflict Minerals Violate First Amendment
Securities and Exchange Commission Gives Guidance to Non-U.S. Broker-Dealers Through Rule 15a-6 FAQs
- The George Washington University (J.D. 1985; Order of the Coif; Member, George Washington University Law Review); The Johns Hopkins University (B.A. 1982)
- New York
- Law Clerk to the Honorable Joseph W. Hatchett, United States Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit (1986)