Judah Frogel Returns to White & Case as a Partner in Its Banking Practice | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice

Judah Frogel Returns to White & Case as a Partner in Its Banking Practice

Global law firm White & Case LLP has bolstered its Global Banking Practice with the addition of Judah Frogel as a partner in the Firm's New York office.

Frogel rejoins White & Case after spending close to two-and-a-half years as an analyst at Covenant Review LLC, a boutique research firm focused on bond and loan covenants.

"High-yield bond issuances and complex loan structures are in strong demand by clients as they need to tap into these financings to accomplish their long-term growth strategies," said Eric Berg, head of White & Case's Global Banking Practice. "Judah's return adds to our already deep bench strength in handling multiple financing options for financial institutions."

In his role as an analyst, Frogel advised subscribers on covenant packages and other provisions of corporate syndicated loan facilities. He also drafted publications and conducted research on corporate bond and loan covenants for hedge funds, mutual funds and sophisticated investors.

While at White & Case, he advised major commercial and investment banks in their roles as lead agents and underwriters, as well as borrowers and sponsors on a variety of complex lending transactions. For seven years, Frogel specifically focused on the negotiation and documentation of acquisition and leveraged financings, financial restructurings and general corporate and bank lending. He also has extensive experience in multijurisdictional secured financings and has worked with lawyers throughout the Firm's network of offices on a variety of matters.

The Global Banking Practice advises banks, sponsors and corporations on leveraged buyouts and recapitalizations, workouts, restructurings and debtor-in-possession and exit financings, as well as other financings such as asset-based lending transactions.

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