Hollins, a partner in the firm’s mergers and acquisitions group, is an honoree in The Deal’s Top Rising Stars: Class of 2021.
The Deal, an award-winning financial news organization, is proud to announce that White & Case LLP’s Morgan Hollins has been named to its 2021 Top Rising Stars list.
A partner in the firm’s mergers and acquisitions group in Houston, Hollins handles a wide range of both domestic and international corporate and transactional matters. Among her areas of expertise are mergers and acquisitions, private equity investments, divestitures, MLP dropdowns and joint ventures. She also advises on corporate governance and structuring matters. Hollins joined White & Case in May 2018 and was named partner in January.
Hollins was part of a White & Case team that represented Macquarie Infrastructure Corp. in its $2.7 billion sale of International-Matex Tank Terminals, a bulk liquid terminals business, to Riverstone Holdings LLC in November as well as the team that represented a consortium including Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co. in a $1.5 billion deal for a non controlling stake in a wind farm portfolio from Brookfield Renewable and Invenergy LLC in September.
She helped advise Australian asset manager IFM Investors Pty. Ltd. on its $10.3 billion purchase of Houston pipeline company Buckeye Partners LP in November 2019 and was involved in the representation of an affiliate of Sixth Street Partners in a royalty interest acquisition and joint venture with Antero Resources Corp. in June. In March 2020, Hollins helped advise the independent directors of Mobile Mini Inc. on the temporary storage company’s $1.9 billion sale to competitor WillScot Corp.
White & Case is a global law firm with 44 offices in 30 countries around the world. The firm was ranked No. 1 in value for Global M&A and No. 1 in value for U.S. M&A, according to Mergermarket in the first quarter of 2021; is consistently ranked No. 1 on The American Lawyer’s Diversity Scorecards and Law360’s Diversity Snapshots; and was recognized as an “Outstanding Firm for Furthering Diversity and Inclusion” by Chambers USA 2019.
The Deal’s Top Rising Stars list honors top U.S.-based, M&A-focused partners. In order to be eligible, individuals should have made partners between March 1, 2020, and Feb. 28, 2021, and shown an ability to navigate complex dealmaking situations.
The Deal is an award-winning financial news organization founded in 1999 by legendary dealmaker Bruce Wasserstein. Since its founding, The Deal has been providing up-to-the-minute news, analysis and perspective to dealmakers across the globe through its network of events, subscription products and power rankings.
For more information about Hollins and other honorees in The Deal’s Top Rising Stars: Class of 2021 check out the latest Dealmaker Quarterly: