Mark Hayek is a capital markets and finance lawyer who splits his practice between the representation of lead arrangers in connection with leveraged loans and underwriters and issuers for capital markets offerings, including high yield and investment grade debt offerings, IPOs, and other equity offerings.
Mark also has substantial experience with syndicated loans as counsel to corporate borrowers. Clients also turn to Mark with respect to periodic reporting, corporate governance, and other securities law matters.
Representative issuer/borrower clients include Citadel, Emerald Expositions, Merck, Procter & Gamble, the Navios Group, Perrigo and T-Mobile. Investment bank clients include Bank of America, Barclays, Goldman Sachs, Jefferies, Morgan Stanley, and Wells Fargo.
Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business recognizes Mark in the Capital Markets: Debt & Equity category. He is also cited by Legal 500 in the Capital Markets: Debt Offerings; Equity Offerings; and High Yield Offerings categories, and was named as a "Next Generation Partner" in 2022.
Chambers and Partners |Chambers USA 2022 Recognizes Fried Frank as “Leading Firm”⟶
Chambers and Partners |Chambers Global 2022 Guide Recognizes Fried Frank Practices and Lawyers⟶
Chambers and Partners |Chambers USA 2021 Recognizes Fried Frank as “Leading Firm”⟶
Client memorandum |Far-Reaching Rules Proposed by SEC Would Transform SPAC Process to Make It More Burdensome than a Traditional IPO⟶
M&A/PE Briefing |Implications of the Court of Chancery’s Decision that De-SPAC Mergers Will Be Reviewed Under the Entire Fairness Standard—Amo v. MultiPlan⟶
Client memorandum |Changing to Virtual Annual Shareholder Meeting in Response to COVID-19 Coronavirus⟶
Client memorandum |Considerations Relating to Precautionary Revolver Borrowing in Today’s Turbulent Economic Environment⟶
Client memorandum |Summary of Changes in ISS and Glass Lewis Voting Policies for the 2020 Proxy Season⟶
Client memorandum |SEC Proposes Updates to Regulation S-X Disclosure Rules for Acquisitions and Dispositions⟶
Client memorandum |Supreme Court Creates Uncertainty About the Reach of “Scheme” Liability Under Rule 10b-5⟶
Articles |Top 5 Summer Tips: Time Management⟶