Tim Harden retired as a partner from Krieg DeVault in 2013. He was a member of the firm's Business, Acquisition, and Securities Practice Group. His practice notably included participation in large asset securitizations, mergers and acquisitions, tender offers and proxy contests, leveraged buy-outs, purchases and reorganizations of failing and failed institutions, mutual to stock conversions, special corporate internal investigations, governmental and NASD investigations, enforcement proceedings, settlement negotiations and judicial approval of partial settlement in multi-class, class action securities fraud litigation. He also served as counsel to a number of companies in connection with special purpose public financings. Mr. Harden was actively involved in many asset securitization transactions, both publicly offered and privately placed, as well as other receivables-based facilities, representing underwriters, issuers, originators, servicers, sellers, purchasers, borrowers and lenders, in all aspects of their asset-backed transactions. Mr. Harden is retired from the practice of law.
Questions relating to Business, Acquisitions, and Securities matters should be directed to Brian M. Heaton, Chair of the firm's Business, Acquisitions, and Securities Practice Group.