Rob Morrison

Partner, Los Angeles


‘Rob Morrison is a standout partner at W&C. When recently working on a financing, Rob was always 5 steps ahead in advice. He made the process easier with his expertise, he met every deadline under short notice, he posted of issues with the counterparty immediately, and finally he educated on new legal matters that arose in a timely manner. I enjoy working with Rob.’
Legal 500 US 2022 - Finance

“Rob's attributes include the ability to use past deal history and transaction experiences to address new issues, and work in a cooperative and constructive manner with all parties involved.”
Chambers 2021

“Rob is very professional and knowledgeable. He not only provides sound legal counsel but oftentimes offers key market insight based on his deal experience that proves crucial to our deal process.”
Chambers 2019


Rob Morrison is a partner in White & Case's Debt Finance practice, based in the Los Angeles office. Rob's practice focuses primarily on the representation of agent banks, senior lenders, lead arrangers, investors, private equity funds and other borrowers in connection with secured and unsecured syndicated credit facilities, private placements, direct lending facilities and leveraged acquisition financings, domestic and global in nature.

Bars and Courts
District of Columbia
New York
Loyola Law School Los Angeles
Political Science
Johns Hopkins University


Representation of Credit Suisse AG, as agent, for a senior secured credit facility in an aggregate principal amount of US$1.4 billion provided to WIN Waste Innovations Holdings Inc. The financing included a term loan and a revolving credit facility;

Representation of Goldman Sachs Bank USA, as agent, lender and an issuing bank, in connection with senior secured facilities provided to technology company E2Open. The financing comprised term loan facilities and revolving credit facilities in an aggregate amount of US$600 million;

Represent Credit Suisse and Truist Bank as arrangers in a US$405 million financing for a major concrete company based in the Southeastern United States;

Representation of Citibank and Delaware Trust Company, as agents, in connection with a US$200 million term loan facility provided to TravelCenters of America Inc.;

Representation of RBC Capital Markets, as agent, arranger and lender, for a US$200 million senior unsecured revolving credit facility for SCF Funding I LLC, a subsidiary of the Stonebriar Commercial Finance Company;

Representation of KKR, as agent, in connection with a US$505 million first lien term facility and a US$65 million revolving credit facility with a US$20 million letter of credit and JPMorgan, as agent, with a US$185 million second lien term facility, in each case, for Virgin Pulse, Inc.;

Representation of the lead banks (including Credit Suisse, Citibank and Deutsche Bank) in the bankruptcy, debtor-in-possession financing and exit financing for Vistra, Inc. (f/k/a Texas Competitive Electric Holdings) and continued representation of various bank groups through subsequent multibillion-dollar financings for Vistra, Inc.;

Representation of Bank of America, Barclays, Macquarie Capital, Guggenheim and KKR in the US$420 million LBO financing of a technology support company based in the Southeastern United States;

Representation of Bank of America, as agent, and Bank of America, SunTrust Bank and Fifth Third Bank, as lead arrangers, in connection with a US$75 million revolving credit facility and US$275 million term loan facility borrowed in connection with the LBO of a group of east coast waste management companies;

Representation of JPMorgan in the US$1.25 billion financing provided to a major American midstream natural gas pipeline company;

Representation of Silver Rock Financial in connection with the second lien financing for the LBO of a sports content company;

Representation of Deutsche Bank and the other first lien lenders in the bankruptcy and debtor-in-possession financing for SunEdison, Inc.;

Representation of MUFG Bank, Ltd., as administrative agent, and a group of lenders, including MUFG Union Bank, N.A. and RBC Capital Markets, as coordinating lead arrangers, and Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank, Natixis, New York Branch, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation and the Toronto-Dominion Bank, as joint lead arrangers, in connection with a US$95 million revolving credit facility and a US$25 million letter of credit facility for a leading power supplier on the east coast;

Representation of Deutsche Bank in the arrangement of a US$1.895 billion senior secured credit facility for the leading auto dealership computer software provider;

Representation of Deutsche Bank in the arrangement of US$225 million term and revolving credit facilities for a national family of companies specializing in the credit card processing industry;

Representation of American AgCredit, PCA in the arrangement of a US$280 million credit facility for the leading poultry producer in the western United States;

Representation of American AgCredit, PCA in the arrangement of a US$90 million credit facility for a timberlands and lumber company in the Pacific Northwest;

Representation of Harvest Partners in the financing of its purchase of a family of auto care companies; and

Representation of an Indian casino in Southern California in the US$100 million refinancing of its existing debt.

Awards and Recognition

"Robert is a great lawyer and tremendous resource for me on the banking side. He is always exceptionally responsive and useful as a resource. He is insightful and always prepared."
Chambers USA – Banking & Finance – New York, 2022

Ranked Lawyer, Chambers USA 2021-2022, California – Banking & Finance

Leading Individual, Chambers USA 2019-2020, California – Banking & Finance

Up and Coming Practitioner, Chambers USA 2018, California – Banking & Finance