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Reuben works to understand where clients want to go and then helps them get there.

Reuben advises financial institutions on workouts and restructurings, LIHTC financings, cash flow loans, asset-based loans, commercial and industrial loans, acquisition financings, construction loans, permanent loans, syndicated loans, letters of credit and the purchase of bonds. He also advises buyers and sellers on the finance and real estate aspects of mergers and acquisitions.

Additionally, he advises investors, buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants in commercial, industrial and residential real estate transactions.




  • J.D., Vanderbilt University Law School
  • B.S., Cornell University


  • Texas

Professional Memberships and Certifications

  • Houston Bar Association
  • State Bar of Texas
  • Advised two banks in structuring three separate, but similar finance deals so that the borrower could develop a single-family home community. Provided soup-to-nuts financing from the construction loans to mini-perm financing.
  • Represented capital management company in obtaining bank financing secured by a portfolio of specialty finance loans.
  • Represented capital management company in obtaining capital from an endowment fund of a major university, structuring the deal where the endowment fund could be an investor in client's transactions through an investment management agreement.
  • Represented bank in the redevelopment of a mall in South Dallas. The debt structure is stratified, and Husch Blackwell worked on the financing of pad sites around the mall's main footprint, which include major national retailers.
  • Represented power company in structuring the construction loan for the development of a 492 MW wind project in Texas.
  • Represented bank with providing acquisition financing to a private equity firm to purchase a company that makes barriers for buildings.
  • Represented bank in providing a syndicated loan to an EPC contractor for renewable projects.
  • Represented bank in the disposition of its loans to a minority owned bank to help establish loans on its books.
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Community Leadership
  • The Women’s Resource of Greater Houston Advisory Board

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