Balch & Bingham announced today that Said Jabbour has joined the firm’s Mergers and Acquisitions Practice, further strengthening the firm’s M&A capabilities in general and particularly in the oil & gas industry.
Said, based in the firm’s Birmingham office, advises clients on a wide range of corporate matters. His practice focuses on middle market mergers and acquisitions and upstream and midstream oil and gas transactions. Said also has experience advising clients on their securities offerings, financing transactions and capital raising efforts. In addition to his transactional experience, Said also advises clients in various industries on entity structuring, formation and operations.
"We are delighted to welcome Said to Balch,” said Chris Still, co-chair of the Corporate Practice. “Said’s arrival aligns with our firm’s effort to continue growing our robust Mergers and Acquisitions Practice, which works closely with energy companies across the U.S."
Said’s arrival follows the recent addition of three experienced energy and M&A partners Philip Dunlap, David Bowsher and Derek Anchondo, to the firm’s Houston office.
Balch’s Corporate Practice collaborates with some of the nation’s leading businesses operating in heavily regulated industries, including utilities and independent power producers, oil and gas companies, private equity, hospitality, technology and retail. Our attorneys have significant and unique experience in the energy sector, including mergers and acquisitions of energy companies as they look to drive growth and expansion. ALM Legal Intelligence named Balch & Bingham as one of the top ten law firms nationwide that are most called upon to serve clients in the finance industry.
'Balch is a recognized leader in the energy industry, and I am thrilled to have the opportunity to join a growing team,” said Said Jabbour. “I look forward to working with my new colleagues and contributing to the firm’s future growth."
Said received his J.D. and his LL.M. in taxation from the University of Alabama School of Law and his bachelor’s degree in economics and finance from the University of South Alabama.