Troy A. Wallin
Troy A. Wallin practices primarily in the areas of corporate law, securities, real estate, and administrative law, including private placements, SEC filings and compliance, mergers and acquisitions, securitizations, commercial litigation, and general business law. He was born and raised in Mesa, Arizona, where he graduated from Mountain View High School in 1988.
Mr. Wallin has counseled clients on a broad range of corporate, real estate, securities, and general transactional matters, including:
UnitedHealth Group, Inc.(NYSE: UNH), in numerous corporate and securities matters.
Enterprise Financial Services Corp. (NasdaqGS: EFSC), in numerous banking and real estate related matters.
Premier Bank (privately held), in multiple banking, real estate and litigation-related matters.
Sterling Financial Corporation (NasdaqCM: STSA), in banking, real estate and litigation-related matters.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (the “FDIC”), in multiple transactional and litigation related matters.
Lexon Industries, Inc. dba uPillar.com (privately held), in numerous corporate and securities matters.
dHybrid, Inc.(privately held), in numerous corporate and securities matters.
Tech Holdings, Inc.(NasdaqNM: TTEC), in its $90 Million loan transaction with Bank of America Corp. (NYSE: BAC);
SLM Corporation (formerly Student Loan Marketing Association) (NYSE: SLM), on numerous $1.5 to $2.0 Billion asset-backed securitizations of student loans;
eRoom Technologies, Inc. (NasdaqSC: ERMS), in its $18 Million IPO and Nasdaq Small Cap listing application;
Certified Airline Passenger Services, LLC(privately held), in its $5 Million private placement offering;
Category 5 Technologies Inc.(OTC BB: CFTV.OB), in its $17 Million stock-for-stock acquisition by MindArrow Systems Inc. (NasdaqSC: ARRW), S-4 registration with SEC;
Amerco Inc.(NasdaqNM: UHAL), in its $350 Million medium-term notes offering;
Williams Companies Inc.(NYSE: WMB), before the Nevada Public Utilities Commission with regard to the deferred energy rate application of Nevada Power Company, a subsidiary of Sierra Pacific Resources (NYSE: SRP)
MASTEC North America (NYSE: MTZ), in a bid protest involving a $24.5 million Las Vegas Beltway development project;
Las Vegas Highrise Fund, LLC (privately held), in its $5 million private placement offering
CDEX Inc. (OTC BB: CEXI.OB), in various corporate restructuring, proxy solicitation and securities matters
Cellpoint, Inc. (CLPTQ.PK), in a dispute over its proprietary Flamingo Bluetooth wireless headset technology
Schimatic Cash Transactions Network.com, Inc.(OTC BB: SCTN.PK), in various corporate, securities and complex commercial litigation matters.
George Washington University Law School, J.D., 1997, Editor and Member, George Washington International Law Review
Brigham Young University, B.S., Accounting, 1994, Dean’s List
Admissions and Qualifications
- United States District Court, District of Arizona, 2007
- Arizona State Bar, 2004
- United States District Court, District of Nevada, 2001
- Nevada State Bar, 1999
- United States District Court, District of Maryland, 1998
- Maryland State Bar, 1997 (inactive)
After spending two years in Sapporo, Japan as a missionary, Troy returned to Brigham Young University to receive a B.S. in Accounting in 1994 from the prestigious Marriott School of Management, where he received a Dean’s Scholarship for academic excellence. He then received a J.D. in 1997 from the George Washington University Law School, where he served as Editor and Member of the George Washington International Law Review. Troy clerked for Judge Rudolph Gerber of the Arizona Court of Appeals in 1995.
Troy’s pride and joy are his wife, Stephanie, and their five children. He enjoys taking his boys camping and fishing, as well as preparing them for careers in professional sports. Troy is an avid basketball player and fan, having been named player of the week in the Las Vegas City basketball league and winning the George Washington University intramural basketball championship during his second year of law school. Troy’s younger brother, Kurt, was a starting defensive tackle for the Arizona State University football team until 2001, where he was a PAC-10 leader in sacks and forced fumbles.