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Morgan Bale Named Among 2019 Finance, Banking & Capital Markets Trailblazers by The National Law Journal

Partner Morgan Bale has been named among the 2019 Finance, Banking & Capital Markets Trailblazers by The National Law Journal.

In a special supplement to the October issue of NLJ, Mr. Bale is recognized among top Finance, Banking & Capital Markets attorneys in the country. The profile of Mr. Bale highlights his work advising numerous banks on the financing of many large, high-profile deals over the past two decades, including Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods and CVS’s acquisition of Aetna. When asked about the future, Mr. Bale explained that he predicts the investment-grade loan market will remain robust, with banks willing to write large commitments.

Mr. Bale is the 17th partner since late 2015 to be named  an NLJ Trailblazer in his or her respective filed of expertise. The other honorees are: Business Finance & Restructuring partner Jacqueline Marcus (Equality); Private Equity partner Kyle Krpata (Technology); Transactions Co-Head Frederick Green (Mergers & Acquisitions); White Collar Defense, Regulatory and Investigations Co-Head Christopher Garcia (White Collar, Regulatory & Compliance); Patent Litigation partner Edward Reines (Intellectual Property); Securities Litigation practice Co-Head John Neuwirth (Litigation); Antitrust partner Jeffrey Perry (Antitrust); Litigation Department Co-Chair Jonathan Polkes (Litigation); Litigation Department Co-Chair David Lender (Litigation); Corporate Department Chairman Michael Aiello (Mergers & Acquisitions); Head of the Antitrust/Competition practice Steven Newborn (Antitrust); Head of the IP & Media practice R. Bruce Rich (Litigation); Co-Head of the Firm’s Cybersecurity, Data Privacy & Information Management Group Randi Singer (Cybersecurity & Data Privacy); Co-Head of the Firm’s White Collar Defense, Regulatory and Investigations Group Steven Tyrrell (White Collar Crime); Head of the Environmental practice Annemargaret Connolly (Energy & Environmental); and Antitrust partner Steven Bernstein (Antitrust).

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