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Brett E. Braden

Brett E. Braden

Latham & Watkins LLP

Houston, TX, USA


Brett Braden, a partner in the Houston office, focuses his practice on corporate finance and M&A matters, primarily involving MLPs and other companies in the oil and gas and chemical industries. Mr. Braden also represents public companies in connection with corporate governance, SEC reporting and securities law compliance matters.

Experience

Representative Capital Markets transactions include:

  • CONE Midstream Partners LP — US$385 million initial public offering
  • Midcoast Energy Partners LP — US$383 million initial public offering
  • Barclays Capital — US$150 million initial public offering for Viper Energy Partners LP
  • OCI Partners LP — US$315 million initial public offering
  • Phillips 66 Partners LP — US$434 million initial public offering
  • MPLX LP — US$330 million initial public offering
  • Tesoro Logistics LP — US$273 million initial public offering
  • Barclays Capital — US$1.1 billion initial public offering for Linn Co. LLC

Speaking Engagements:

  • "Selected Issues in MLP Structuring and Governance," EUCI MLP Conference – September 2014, Houston, TX
  • “Capital Markets Trends: Going Public and Raising Capital for Growth in the Debt and Equity Capital Markets,” Oil & Gas Finance and M&A Summit – February 2014, Denver, CO
  • “Overview of MLP Governance Issues,” Latham & Watkins Webcast – December 2013
  • "Drafting Fiduciary Duty and Exculpation Provisions," LLCs, LLPs and Partnerships Symposium sponsored by The University of Texas School of Law – July 2013, Austin, TX
  • "All About the Numbers - Top Accounting Issues Faced by IPO Companies," From Red Herring to Green Shoe: The Path to a Successful IPO – April 2013, Houston, TX
  • “MLP Governance, Fiduciary Duties and Executive Compensation,” MLP Course: Governance, Tax Issues, Financial Considerations and IPO Process presented by EUCI – April 2013, Houston, TX
  • “Recent Trends in MLP Transactions,” The Texas Journal of Oil & Gas Law Symposium – January 2013, Austin, TX
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