Walker Eisenbraun is a transactional, corporate and securities law firm. We are uniquely able to provide sophisticated but practical legal counsel through our experience as attorneys with national law firms and as business leaders.

We created Walker Eisenbraun from the client’s perspective, maintaining the premium quality and standards of large law firms while incorporating the responsiveness, flexibility, efficiency and pragmatism developed in-house with operating companies.

While our backgrounds span much of the legal spectrum, each of our attorneys has a passion for effectively delivering the results business owners expect from their legal service provider.

We counsel our clients on the structuring, financing, operational and real estate aspects of many types of transactions, from basic to complex matters for businesses that are mature and in growth and early stages. We also counsel our clients in relation to their ongoing, day-to-day business needs.

Recent Projects

Represented specialty surgical hospital in $26,000,000 asset sale to major hospital system

Counsel to NYSE-listed materials company in binding bid for $50,000,000 acquisition of assets from NYSE-listed multinational manufacturing company

Acquirer’s counsel in $30,000,000 financed acquisition by merger of energy services technology company

Represented private equity group in fund formation and $25,000,000 stock purchase of oilfield services company

Seller’s counsel in $13,000,000 acquisition by private equity group of software company by reverse triangular merger under Delaware law with a Boston-based national law firm representing the purchaser and a New York-based national law firm representing the major stockholders

Borrower’s counsel in reorganization of $55,000,000 syndicated credit facility of publicly traded hospital

Represented chemical manufacturing company board of directors in approximately $7,000,000 capital reorganization by repurchase of major stockholder stock, commercial bank financing and new investment capitalization during stockholder dispute