Stacey Rosenberg is a partner in the Finance and Bankruptcy Practice Group in the firm's Los Angeles office.
Areas of Practice
Stacey advises lenders, borrowers, and equity sponsors across a variety of debt finance transactions.
Be it senior secured credit facilities, first and second lien transactions, leveraged buy-outs or recapitalizations, workouts and out-of-court restructurings, exit financings, cross-border deals, or secured bond transactions, she's seen and done it all.
Stacey advises direct lenders in the middle market in connection with term loans and second lien facilities across a variety of industries. She also counsels clients in transactions ranging from ordinary course corporate credits to bet-the-company deals and lifeline loans.
Stacey combines her in-depth experience and transactional knowledge with a unique focus in the entertainment industry, allowing her to provide clients with highly specialized advice in connection with credit facilities, film securitizations, motion picture co-production and distribution arrangements, and sale transactions. In particular, she negotiates and drafts loan documentation, motion picture production and distribution documents, joint venture documents, and sale agreements.
Represented a holder of a majority in principal amount of notes issued by mortgage origination company Stearns Holdings in connection with its Chapter 11 case.
Advised a global asset manager as lender in connection with term loan facilities for middle market companies in a variety of industries.
Represented an asset manager in connection with a competing debtor-in-possession credit facility for a Latin American airline.
Advised financial institutions in several credit facilities for a provider of origination/playout and live ad-hoc transmission services.
Advised a financial institution in connection with a US$500m credit facility for a provider of network, Internet, and telecoms services to finance capital expenditures.
Advised an independent film holding company in connection with a US$275m Hong Kong law credit facility (IFLR's Private Equity Deal of the Year in 2013).
Advised an independent film company in connection with an asset-based film securitization.
J.D., University of California, Los Angeles, 1996
B.S., University of California, Berkeley, 1993, high honors
- New York
- District of Columbia