Bryce Kaufman advises arrangers, lenders, and borrowers on commercial lending transactions, including private debt and syndicated financings.
Mr. Kaufman represents and counsels financial institutions and public and private companies in complex commercial lending and financing transactions, with a focus on the energy industry and direct lenders across industries. He regularly advises on upstream, midstream, and downstream financings, as well as sponsor-backed acquisition financings and unitranche solutions.
Drawing on a considerable volume of work with both lenders and borrowers, Mr. Kaufman provides clients practical and commercial guidance.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Kaufman served as a law clerk for Judge Lynn N. Hughes of the US District Court for the Southern District of Texas from 2011 to 2013.
Mr. Kaufman has lived in Brazil and Turkey, including through Yale University’s Fox International Fellowship, to study at Bogazici University in Istanbul. He is currently a member of the World Affairs Council of Houston.
Mr. Kaufman maintains an active pro bono practice, including helping clients seal juvenile records and assisting with trusts, wills, and end-of-life directives.