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Lori L. Brewer

Partner

One Nashville Place
150 Fourth Avenue, North
Suite 1100
Nashville, TN 37219
lori.brewer@nelsonmullins.com

Lori Brewer practices in the area of technology transactions and her principal practice includes the representation of clients ranging from technology startups to Fortune 100 companies in connection with agreements related to cloud computing, privacy and security, joint ventures, strategic alliances, licensing arrangements, comprehensive outsourcing solutions, reseller agreements, and other transactions involving the development, commercialization, and sale of technology.

Additionally, Ms....

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Lori Brewer practices in the area of technology transactions and her principal practice includes the representation of clients ranging from technology startups to Fortune 100 companies in connection with agreements related to cloud computing, privacy and security, joint ventures, strategic alliances, licensing arrangements, comprehensive outsourcing solutions, reseller agreements, and other transactions involving the development, commercialization, and sale of technology.

Additionally, Ms. Brewer has experience in the representation of borrowers and financial institutions in commercial lending, including general secured lending transactions, syndicated bank financings, refinancings, leveraged buy-outs, and other acquisition financings; commodity, energy, and other asset-based lending transactions; and distressed, debtor-in-possession, and exit financings.

 

Brewer has experience in the representation of borrowers and financial institutions in commercial lending, including general secured lending transactions, syndicated bank financings, refinancings, leveraged buy-outs, and other acquisition financings; commodity, energy, and other asset-based lending transactions; and distressed, debtor-in-possession, and exit financings.

 

Lori Brewer practices in the area of technology transactions and her principal practice includes the representation of clients ranging from technology startups to Fortune 100 companies in connection with agreements related to cloud computing, privacy and security, joint ventures, strategic alliances, licensing arrangements, comprehensive outsourcing solutions, reseller agreements, and other transactions involving the development, commercialization, and sale of technology.

Additionally, Ms.... Brewer has experience in the representation of borrowers and financial institutions in commercial lending, including general secured lending transactions, syndicated bank financings, refinancings, leveraged buy-outs, and other acquisition financings; commodity, energy, and other asset-based lending transactions; and distressed, debtor-in-possession, and exit financings.

 

Experience

Following is a selected sampling of matters and is provided for informational purposes only. Past success does not indicate the likelihood of success in any future matter.

Representative Transactions

  • Represents procurement department of Fortune 200 company in various purchasing and technology transactions
  • Represented Fortune 100 in comprehensive IT outsourcing agreement involving entire IT department
  • Counsel to entity in outsourcing of payroll and benefits processing services and negotiation of third party administrator arrangement
  • Represented managed services and cloud computing company drafting and negotiating contracts with resellers and end users
  • Regularly works with corporate clients to develop template documents for vendors and purchasers of technology, including forms of Software as a Service Master Agreements, Master Services Agreements, Professional Services Agreements, License Agreements, White Label Agreements, Reseller Agreements, Software Development Agreements, Maintenance Agreements and Outsourcing Agreements
  • Representation of large investment bank, as administrative agent, in conjunction with a $1.3 billion bridge loan (and subsequent payoff) provided to a publicly traded company, the proceeds of which were used by a private equity sponsor to take the company private
  • Representation of large international bank, in its capacity as lead arranger, administrative agent, collateral agent, daylight overdraft lender, swing line lender, and issuing lender, in conjunction with both a committed and uncommitted credit facility to an oil and gas company
  • Representation of large commercial bank, in its capacities as DIP lender and new administrative agent, in connection with providing a senior secured working capital exit facility for a major retail chain emerging from bankruptcy via a §363 purchase by a foreign private equity fund

Previous Professional Experience

  • Associate, Banking Department, Otterbourg, Steindler, Houston & Rosen P.C., New York, New York
  • Associate, Global Finance/Corporate Department, Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP, Charlotte, N.C.

Education

  • Vanderbilt University Law School, JD, Law and Business Program (2006)
    • Managing Editor, Vanderbilt Law Review
  • University of Tennessee, BA, English/Philosophy (2002)

Admissions

  • New York
  • Tennessee
  • North Carolina

Practice Areas

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