JR has represented a diverse set of clients from technology startups and renewable energy developers to private equity investors on transactions large and small, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, equity financings and general corporate matters.
JR’s representative matters include representing:
▪ Carlisle Companies Incorporated, on its acquisition of Henry Company, from affiliates of American Securities LLC for $1.575 billion.
▪ A special purpose acquisition entity, in its $1.3 billion business combination with a Dallas-based investment firm, resulting in the formation of publicly traded Granite Ridge Resources, Inc.
▪ A private equity fund in its $240 million joint investment in Fullscript with Snapdragon Capital Partners.
▪ A private equity fund in the acquisition of a majority interest in the 250 MW Amadeus wind project in Kent, Fisher and Stonewall counties, Texas and the negotiation of joint venture agreements to govern ongoing operations.
▪ A developer in the negotiation of project development agreements for a portfolio of battery energy storage projects in Texas.
▪ An electric utility in the acquisition of a 48.5% interest in the 525 MW Aviator Wind Project in Texas and negotiation of joint venture agreements to govern the construction and operation of the project.
▪ The developer and sponsor in the negotiation of project development and revenue agreements of an approximately 347 MW solar project in Texas.
▪ An energy developer in the negotiation of a master supply agreement and construction contracts for the development of battery energy storage projects in Texas.
▪ A private equity fund in the $1.175 billion acquisition from Southern Power of a 33 percent minority interest in its solar portfolio.
JR joined Feinberg Hanson in August 2022. Prior to joining Feinberg Hanson, he was an associate in the M&A/Private Equity group of Kirkland & Ellis representing private and public clients in mergers and acquisitions and private equity transactions. JR also previously worked at Norton Rose Fulbright in Austin and Vinson & Elkins in Houston, where he primarily focused on M&A and project development of renewable energy projects. JR has been admitted to the Texas bar. JR has not been admitted to the Massachusetts bar and only practices Massachusetts law under the direct supervision of attorneys active and licensed in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.