Christopher Hebert

Associate, Houston



Chris is an associate in White & Case's Global Mergers and Acquisitions Practice Group in the Firm's Houston office. He focuses on mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, cross-border investments, joint ventures and similar transactions in the United States and Latin America.

Bars and Courts
Texas State Bar
Tulane University Law School
Louisiana State University


Recent representations include:

Priority Power Management, an independent energy management services and consulting firm, in connection with a $250 million investment by funds managed by Oaktree Capital Management, L.P.

Schneider Electric Ventures in the following matters:

  • its Series A preferred stock equity investment in Energetic Insurance, Inc., an InsurTech startup with a novel, data-driven approach to developing new insurance products for the renewable energy industry
  • its Series B preferred stock equity investment in Finite State, Inc., a provider of security solutions for connected devices, including IoT, medical devices, ICS, and other embedded systems
  • its Series A preferred stock equity investment in Fabric8Labs, Inc., a developer of a non-thermal metal 3D printing process designed to offer an alternative to the current powder bed fusion technologies
  • its investment in Augury Inc., a company focused on the development of predictive maintenance equipment
  • its investment in Qmerit, a company focused on installation and integration solutions for energy transition technologies

Catalog Technologies, Inc., a company focused on the development of energy efficient, cost competitive and more secure DNA data storage technology, in its $35 million Series B equity financing round.

GreenStruxure, a joint venture of Schneider Electric and Huck Capital, on developing a strategic partnership with ClearGen, a Blackstone portfolio company, whereby ClearGen will provide US$500 million in long-term capital to to GreenStruxture to develop, operate, and maintain on-site renewable energy microgrid systems. Customers of these microgrids will benefit from "energy as a service" solution that provides energy and sustainability solutions with no upfront capital contribution and no operational risks.

Deerfield Healthcare Technology Acquisitions Corp. (NASDAQ: DFHT), a SPAC, in its US$614 million business combination with CareMax Medical Group LLC and IMC Medical Group Holdings LLC, technology-enabled providers of value-based care to seniors.

Priority Power Management, an independent energy management services and consulting firm, in its acquisition of Satori Enterprises LLC (d/b/a Satori Energy), a leading energy consulting firm based out of Chicago, Illinois serving more than 55,000 industrial, municipal and residential clients in 25 states, the District of Columbia, Canada and Mexico.

Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation in its US$2.685 billion sale of International-Matex Tank Terminals, a bulk liquid terminals business, to Riverstone Holdings LLC.

bolttech Holdings Ltd., an international insurtech company, in its US$180 million series A equity financing round, which values bolttech at more than US$1 billion - giving bolttech unicorn status only one year after its launch in 2020.

Schneider Electric, a global player in energy management and automation, on its US$2.1 billion (₹14,000 crore) acquisition of Larsen & Toubro Electrical & Automation, and on the subsequent consortium between Schneider Electric and Temasek Holdings Private Ltd., Singapore's Sovereign Wealth Fund. The transaction was named "Cross-Border M&A Deal of the Year (Over US$1 billion)" by the M&A Advisor (2020).

ARM Energy Holdings, LLC in connection with the formation of ARM Resource Partners, LLC (ARM Resources) with a capital commitment from EIV Capital, LLC. ARM Resources will focus on making investments in various non-operating working interests, producing and non-producing mineral interests, royalty interests and other passive upstream investments within the United States.

Schneider Electric, a market leader in energy and automation digital solutions, on the formation of GreenStruxure, a joint venture with Huck Capital and certain individuals that will comprise the management team of GreenStruxure, which will deliver energy-as-a-service projects in the North America market up to 10MW in size.

Itron, Inc. in the sale of its Latin American subsidiaries comprising its manufacturing and sales operations in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico.

Levi Strauss & Co. on its acquisition of approximately 80 retail stores in Bolivia, Chile and Peru from The Jeans Company (TJC).

Avon Rubber p.l.c. on its strategic acquisition of 3M's ballistic-protection business in the United States.

Macquarie's Green Investment Group in the sale of its portfolio of battery energy storage companies, which own projects in the Los Angeles basin with a total capacity of 60MW/340MWh.*

Schlumberger on its joint venture with Rockwell Automation, Sensia, which will be the first fully integrated digital oilfield automation solutions provider.*


Context is King: Lawyer Dogs, Pure Applesauce, and Your Miranda Right to Counsel, 92 Tul. L. Rev. Online 1 (Feb. 2018).

Borrowed Employees & Period of Employment Analysis in the Seaman Status Inquiry: The Fifth Circuit's Rejection of a Brightline Rule in Wilcox v. Wild Well Control, Inc., 91 Tul. L. Rev.1045 (2017).

Awards and Recognition

Managing Editor, Tulane Law Review 

Order of the Coif