Nixon Peabody LLP
Lori Green is an experienced transactional business lawyer with almost 30 years of domestic and international experience in a wide range of business law matters. She has been the responsible partner for numerous transactions, including public and privately negotiated acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures, cross-border transactions, outsourcing transactions, restructurings and financings. Such transactions have involved representing companies in a variety of regulated and unregulated industries, with a particular focus on energy, life sciences, health care, manufacturing and technology.
Lori has held numerous leadership positions at Nixon Peabody, including three years of service as the chairperson of the firm’s Policy Committee, an elected oversight and policy-making body for the firm, and chairperson of the firm’s Mergers & Acquisitions practice group.
What do you focus on?
In the transmission area I served as project counsel to the 11 load-serving entities that are participants in the more than $2.0 Billion CapX 2020 Transmission Expansion Projects. I led the negotiation among the participants of key project agreements including the project participation agreement. My partner Bill Andrews and I were selected by The American Lawyer as one of its “Dealmakers of the Year 2011” for our work on the CapX 2020 Projects. In the generation area, I served as counsel to the Indiana Municipal Power Agency, which led the team negotiating project agreements including the participation agreement, project development agreement and asset purchase agreement among six public power participants and Peabody Energy in connection with the development of Prairie State, a 1600 MW, mine-mouth, pulverized coal-fired power plant now in service in southern Illinois. These are two examples of the many entities I have represented in developing, acquiring or disposing of transmission and generation assets.
I have been responsible for leading numerous transactions for Bausch & Lomb Incorporated, including the acquisition of eyeonics, Inc., and worldwide rights for certain pharmaceutical products. I have also counseled life sciences entities in connection with commercial arrangements, including licensing, co-development and co-promotion agreements.
I have represented hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, laboratories, medical and dental practice management companies and medical and dental practices and providers in connection with acquisitions, dispositions, joint ventures, roll-ups, commercial arrangements, etc. A few health care companies I currently represent include NAPA Management Services Corporation, North American Partners In Anesthesia, LLP, Excelsior Orthopaedics, LLP and Buffalo Surgery Center, LLC.
Manufacturing and Technology
I was responsible for leading the project team representing Xerox Corporation in connection with its $5 billion equipment financing agreement with GE Capital Corporation and its administrative services joint venture agreement with GE Capital. I have led transactions of all sorts for companies in this space and across the growth spectrum, ranging from large public companies such as Harsco Corporation to smaller private companies such as Ameritherm, Inc., to startup companies.