Jeffrey D. Hassell
Jeff’s clients consist primarily of financial institutions, large and small businesses, and individual and corporate trustees, all in business and commercial matters. His practice includes commercial loan documentation and workouts, purchase and sale transactions involving both real and personal property, loan enforcement and foreclosures. He also represents various small businesses in their business planning and structure and individuals and corporate trustees in certain estate and trust matters.
Jeff has won many honors, including being named as an Oklahoma Super Lawyer in banking and as one of The Best Lawyers in America in banking law, bankruptcy and creditor-debtor rights law and commercial litigation. Jeff is a member of the American Bar Association, American Bankruptcy Institute, Oklahoma Bar Association, and Tulsa County Bar Association. He has also been very involved in a variety of community organizations, including the Rotary Club of Tulsa, Tulsa Symphony Orchestra and Committee of One Hundred - Tulsa.
Jeff's recent experience includes:
- Representation of a group of lenders in the workout of a set of loan facilities exceeding $70
million with collateral in several states.
- Representation of the lender who financed the refurbishment of a hotel in San Antonio,
Texas in a transaction involving federal historic rehabilitation tax credits.
- Representation of an oil & gas company borrower in the negotiation and closing of a $100
million credit facility secured by oil & gas properties in other states.
- Representation of ONEOK Partners, L.P. in the negotiation and documentation of its new
$1.2 billion unsecured revolving credit facility extended by a group of lenders.
- Representation of a lender who financed the purchase of an aircraft and related equipment
- Representation of a client in the purchase of the assets comprising a significant part of a
fractionation facility in Kansas, along with related equipment. The purchase price was $84
- Representation of ONEOK, Inc. in the negotiation and documentation of its new $1.2 billion unsecured revolving credit facility extended by a group of lenders.
- Representation of the lender to a tribal-related entity in the negotiation and documentation of
a loan used to pay off existing debt.
- Representation of the lender in the negotiation and documentation of an $18 million term
and revolving loan facility to a local publicly-traded borrower.
- Representation of a group of companies that sold all their assets associated with a
wholesale lumber operation, with locations in several states.
- Representation of the agent bank and a group of lenders in the negotiation and
documentation of a $20 million domestic revolving credit facility and a $25 million export-
related revolving credit facility guaranteed in part by the Export-Import Bank of the United