Represented a company engaged in the business of providing full truck load (FTL) and less than truck load (LTL) freight hauling in the acquisition of the LTL freight hauling assets and business of another national trucking and freight hauling business.
Represented an international plastics and chemicals manufacturer and distributor in the acquisition, lease and rail service of a build-to-suit, rail-served industrial distribution center.
Represented a private equity purchaser of a controlling interest in an oilfield trucking business located in California.
Represented the owner and operator of bulk storage facilities in the acquisition of a 430,000 barrel storage facility and terminal and the acquisition of approximately 220 acres of undeveloped real property for future development.
Resisted invasive discovery sought from client, now general counsel of a leading waste and recycling company, by his prior employer. The prior employer threatened to sue the client for violation of a non-compete agreement, among other things. Through avid advocacy, both before the court and to opposing counsel, BoyarMiller was able to resolve the discovery dispute—and extricate the client from the proceeding—by producing a reasonable and manageable nucleus of discovery.
Ongoing representation of a U.S.-based international transportation and logistics company in connection with its day-to-day legal functions, including regulatory issues
Represented an Arizona-based company providing automated toll and traffic violation processing throughout the U.S. in connection with a $58 million convertible preferred stock investment by a major investment bank, a $100 million dollar syndicated credit facility and several follow on private equity and debt financings.
Structured the consolidation of multiple entities organized in varying jurisdictions into a Delaware corporation for a company involved in providing traffic cameras and automated toll and traffic violation processing.
Represented a large aviation services company and its predecessors from initial acquisition of the Eastern Airlines spare parts inventory through its IPO.
Represented an aviation services company listed on the New York Stock Exchange in connection with $200 million credit facility with a major New York-based bank.