Mark B Joachim and Robert T Carey have joined Bracewell & Giuliani LLP as partners in the New York office. Before joining Bracewell, both Joachim and Carey were partners in the New York office of Bingham McCutchen LLP.
The addition of Joachim and Carey marks another milestone in the continuing growth of Bracewell's New York office and the firm's global finance, funds and financial restructuring practices.
Joachim and Carey join Evan Flaschen and Gregory Nye, who also recently joined Bracewell from Bingham McCutchen, in bringing further depth to Bracewell's finance, funds and restructuring practices, which provide a range of financial, investment and restructuring services to private equity and hedge funds and other alternative investment vehicles, as well as to insurance companies, banks, underwriters and other financing institutions..
Joachim advises asset-based lenders, investment and commercial banks, private equity and hedge funds and other buy-out firms, with emphasis on leveraged finance transactions, second lien financings, and chapter 11 DIP and exit financings.
Carey's practice focuses on corporate finance and securities, including high yield debt offerings, complex indenture interpretation disputes and distressed debt situations.
"We are very pleased to welcome these superb lawyers to our partnership and look forward to further growth in our leveraged finance and capital markets practice in New York," said Patrick Oxford, managing partner of Bracewell & Giuliani.