Scott J.Moore

Of Counsel

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Scott Moore has more than 25 years of experience as a banking and finance lawyer at top-tier law firms and as general counsel of an NYSE-listed international finance company. He advises agents, borrowers, lenders, originators, trustees, sponsors, and others on a broad spectrum of finance matters. Scott has advised on, and has structured, negotiated, and documented, a wide variety of sophisticated financing transactions, including secured and unsecured bilateral and syndicated credit arrangements, ABLs, multicurrency facilities, securitizations, letter of credit and commercial paper facilities, stand-by facilities, debtor-in-possession and exit financings, §363 sales, acquisition financings, restructurings, and workouts, ranging from a few million dollars to investment-grade matters involving several billion dollars. He also advises clients on intercreditor matters, UCC, PACA, and other lien and priority issues.

Scott's recent representations include representing Bank of America, as agent, in financings for several upper middle-market borrowers and in the debtor-in-possession financings and §363 sales of both Allens and AWI/White Rose; U.S. Bank, as trustee in connection with various RMBS trust matters; Ameren Corp. in their $2.1 billion loan facility; OGE Energy Corp. in their $900 million loan facility; Xcel Energy in their $2.45 billion loan facility; and USG in its $200 million asset-based revolving loan facility. Other clients include Cardinal Health, Enable Partners, The Riverside Company, and Wells Fargo Bank.

Scott has published a number of articles on commercial finance matters and market developments. He is a member of the Association for Corporate Growth.

Experience

  • USG acquired by Gebr. Knauf for $7 billionJones Day advised USG Corporation in the acquisition by Gebr. Knauf KG ("Knauf") of all of the outstanding shares of USG in a transaction valued at $7 billion.
  • Xcel Energy obtains $500 million 364-day term loan facilityJones Day represented Xcel Energy Inc., a provider of renewable energy, in connection with a $500 million 364-day term loan facility, with MUFG Bank, Ltd. as administrative agent.
  • Bank of America amends credit facility for international consumer products companyJones Day represented Bank of America, N.A., as agent, sole lead arranger, sole book manager, and lender, in connection with a $75 million amended syndicated secured credit facility provided to an international consumer products company.
  • Bank of America provides financing to provider of scrap management and brokerage servicesJones Day represented Bank of America, N.A., as administrative agent, in connection with a $88.3 million credit facility provided to a provider of scrap management and brokerage services.
  • OGE Energy and Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company obtain $900 million unsecured revolving credit facilitiesJones Day represented OGE Energy Corp. and Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company in connection with $900 million 5-year unsecured syndicated revolving credit facilities.
  • Riverside acquires Nustef FoodsJones Day represented The Riverside Company in connection with its acquisition of Nustef Foods, a manufacturer of Italian-inspired pizelle waffle cookies and artisan crackers under the Reko brand.
  • USG sells L&W Supply Corporation to ABC Supply Co. for $670 millionJones Day advised USG Corporation in connection with its sale of L&W Supply Corporation, and certain other assets related to L&W's distribution business, to ABC Supply Co. Inc. for $670 million in cash.
  • Bank of America refinances existing secured credit agreement for middle market electrical supply companyJones Day represented Bank of America, N.A. in connection with the refinancing of an existing secured credit agreement provided to a middle market electrical supply company.
  • Bank of America amends and restates existing secured credit agreement for FKA DistributingJones Day advised Bank of America, N.A., as agent and lender, in connection with the amendment and restatement of an existing secured credit agreement consisting of a $60 million senior secured U.S. revolving credit facility and a $20 million senior secured UK revolving credit facility provided to FKA Distributing Co., LLC and its subsidiaries.
  • Riverside acquires PRIMA Eye GroupJones Day represented The Riverside Company in connection with the acquisition and related financing of PRIMA Eye Group, a provider of consulting services and purchasing programs to independent optometrists in the U.S.
  • Riverside portfolio company acquires PetstagesJones Day advised The Riverside Company in connection with the acquisition and related financing by portfolio company Outward Hound of Northbrook, Illinois-based Petstages, a manufacturer of pet products.
  • Enable Midstream Partners obtains $1.75 billion revolving credit facilityJones Day represented Enable Midstream Partners, LP, an owner, operator, and developer of strategically located natural gas and crude oil infrastructure assets, in connection with a $1.75 billion five-year unsecured syndicated revolving credit facility.
  • Bank of America negotiates postpetition financing for AWIJones Day advised Bank of America in connection with the chapter 11 cases of AWI Delaware, Inc. (n/k/a ADI Liquidation, Inc.).
  • Bank of America provides revolving facility to Brake PartsJones Day represented Bank of America, N.A., as administrative agent, in connection with a $125 million split lien revolving facility provided to Brake Parts Inc., a leading global brake system products manufacturer and supplier to the transportation industry.
  • USG forms $1.6 billion plasterboard and ceilings joint venture with Boral Limited in Asia, Australia, and Middle EastJones Day advised USG Corporation in its formation of a strategic 50/50 $1.6 billion plasterboard and ceilings joint venture with Boral Limited in Asia, Australia, and the Middle East, known as USG Boral Building Products.
  • Bank of America provides $119 million DIP financing for Allens, Inc.Jones Day represented Bank of America, N.A. with the negotiation and documentation of a $119 million secured debtor-in-possession term loan and revolver financing for Allens, Inc., a family-owned and operated vegetable processor, in connection with the bankruptcy filing by Allens, Inc., and its parent, All Veg, LLC.
  • OGE Energy forms joint venture with CenterPoint and ArcLight creating $11 billion master limited partnershipJones Day advised OGE Energy in the formation of an $11 billion master limited partnership that includes CenterPoint Energy's interstate pipelines and field services businesses and the midstream business of Enogex LLC, owned jointly by subsidiaries of OGE and ArcLight.
  • Wolverine Tube completes sale of technical tube business to Wieland-WerkeJones Day represented Wolverine Tube, Inc. in connection with its sale to Wieland-Werke AG of intellectual property relating to its technical tube business, along with the sale by Wolverine of its interests in existing joint ventures with Wieland-Werke AG.
  • Riverside completes sale of assets of HerbThymeJones Day advised The Riverside Company in connection with its sale of the assets of HerbThyme Farms, Inc., the largest grower, shipper and marketer of conventional and certified organic fresh culinary herbs in the United States, to Rocket Farms Herbs, Inc., a subsidiary of Monterey Peninsula Horticulture, Inc.
  • Convergint Technologies obtains investment from Denver-based KRG Capital PartnersJones Day advised Convergint Technologies, a leading North American systems integrator specializing in electronic security, fire and life safety systems, in connection with an equity investment from KRG Capital Partners, a private equity firm based in Denver, Colorado.
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