Timothy Coyle focuses his practice on business law and transactions including in the areas of mergers, acquisitions and dispositions, corporate and commercial finance and private equity investing. In the area of mergers, acquisitions and dispositions, Tim represents private and public companies in both domestic and cross-border transactions, financial institutions and specialty finance companies. Tim also represents private and public companies in matters relating to general corporate law including company formation and governance, and both borrowers and lending institutions in secured and unsecured financing transactions, including syndicated credit facilities and mezzanine debt transactions.

    Prior to entering the private practice of law, Tim practiced as a certified public accountant and advised Fortune 100 companies in the areas of international tax and legal matters.

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    • Representing a publicly traded private equity fund in acquisitions and dispositions of a number of diversified businesses.
    • Representing a leading personnel services company in the acquisition and integration of competing companies.
    • Representing the lead arranger and agent in connection with a US$300 million secured syndicated credit facility for a trucking company.
    • Representing a publicly traded borrower in connection with its US$250 million secured syndicated credit facility for acquiring US-based middle market companies.
    • Representing a publicly traded regional bank in acquisitions of competing banks.
    • Advising a specialty finance company in a number of financing and acquisition transactions involving both control and non-control interests.

    Education

    • Northern Kentucky University, J.D., 1986
    • University of Kentucky, B.S., 1981

    Admissions

    • Ohio, 1990
    • Kentucky, 1997
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