Om Pandya represents clients in complex capital markets transactions, with a particular focus on the energy and infrastructure sectors.

Mr. Pandya draws on broad experience to guide financial institutions and companies’ business-critical deals, including those involving:

  • Capital markets transactions involving secured and unsecured high-yield debt offerings, sustainability-linked debt, equity and equity-linked products, initial public offerings (IPOs) and other US Securities and Exchange Commission-registered offerings
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Liability management transactions, including tender offers, exchange offers, and restructuring transactions

He also advises public and private companies on general corporate matters, securities laws, stock exchange rules, and governance issues. Mr. Pandya regularly represents special purpose acquisition companies in initial business combination transactions, IPOs, and strategic financings.

Mr. Pandya has served on Latham’s Training & Career Enhancement Committee and Recruiting Committee, and maintains an active pro bono practice.

Mr. Pandya’s experience includes advising:

Capital Markets

  • TXO Partners on its US$115 million IPO
  • Underwriters on Extraction Oil & Gas’ US$700 million IPO
  • Underwriters on Aris Water Solutions’ US$230 million IPO
  • Underwriters on Kodiak Gas Services’ US$256 million IPO
  • Waste Connections on a US$750 million registered senior notes offering
  • NextDecade Corporation in connection with its ongoing debt and equity financing for the Rio Grande LNG terminal
  • Cheniere Energy Partners on a US$430 million 144A senior secured notes offering
  • Vertiv Holdings on a US$850 million 144A senior secured notes offering
  • Hess Midstream Partners on a US$550 million 144A senior notes offering
  • Weatherford International on a US$600 million 144A senior notes offering and a US$2.1 billion senior notes offering under Section 1145
  • Sunoco on two 144A senior notes offerings totaling US$1.4 billion and related A/B exchange offers
  • Initial purchasers on Kinetik Holdings’ US$1 billion sustainability-linked notes offering
  • Initial purchasers on Sanchez Energy’s US$500 million 144A senior secured notes offering
  • Initial purchasers on three Antero Midstream Partners 144A senior notes offerings totaling US$1.85 billion
  • Initial purchasers on five Parsley Energy 144A senior notes offerings totaling US$2.2 billion
  • Underwriters on two Valero Energy Partners registered senior notes offerings totaling US$1 billion
  • Underwriters on five Parsley Energy common stock offerings totaling US$3.2 billion


  • Supernova Partners Acquisition Company II on its US$1.5 billion business combination with Rigetti Computing
  • RMG Acquisition Corp on its US$1.33 billion merger with Romeo Power
  • Property Solutions Acquisition Corp. on its US$3.4 billion business combination with Faraday Future
  • OCI N.V. on its US$118 million take-private via tender offer of OCI Partners
  • JP Energy Partners on its US$456 million merger with American Midstream Partners
  • Monitronics International on in its merger with its publicly traded parent, Ascent Capital Group, as part of its emergence from chapter 11

Liability Management and Restructuring

  • American Energy – Permian Basin on liability management transactions and its comprehensive out-of-court restructuring
  • Great Western Petroleum on its comprehensive out-of-court restructuring
  • Weatherford International on its chapter 11 bankruptcy
  • Pacific Drilling on its chapter 11 bankruptcy
  • Monitronics International on complex liability management transactions and its chapter 11 bankruptcy
  • The dealer manager on a US$1.1 billion exchange offer of EP Energy’s 144A senior secured notes
  • Hess Midstream on a US$800 million exchange offer of 144A senior notes as part of its acquisition of Hess Infrastructure Partners

Bar Qualification

  • Texas


  • JD, Duke University School of Law, 2015
  • BA in Economics & Political Science, New York University, 2012