Trevor G. Pinkerton

Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP

United States
T:+1 713 651 3714
United States
T:+1 713 651 3714
Trevor G. Pinkerton

Trevor G. Pinkerton


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Trevor Pinkerton is a partner in Norton Rose Fulbright's Houston office. Trevor's practice focuses on mergers & acquisitions and securities for a range of clients - from financial institutions and investment banks, to E&P companies and oilfield service providers. His experience includes both public and private M&A, as well as handling initial public offerings and follow-on offerings. Trevor also assists clients with annual Exchange Act reporting, Section 16 issues, and corporate governance.

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JD, honors, Emory Law School, 2010
MTS, Theology, Candler School of Theology at Emory University, 2010
BA, cum laude, History and Art History, Rice University, 2006

  • Texas State Bar

Representation of the following:

  • Energy and manufacturing issuers and underwriters in public offerings of common stock, MLP units, and notes;
  • Financial institution registrants and underwriters in initial public offerings;
  • Residential solar provider in 144A offerings and securitizations;
  • Energy service companies, E&P companies, technology firms, and financial institutions in M&A transactions and securities offerings;
  • Energy focused investment bank in a sale of 100% of its equity to a competitor for stock and cash;
  • Energy companies in refinery and refining asset acquisitions;
  • Public investment company in its acquisition of portfolio companies;
  • Corporations and limited liability companies in assets sales to private equity buyers;
  • Wireless infrastructure company in an acquisition of a wireless tower lease company;
  • Public company internet provider in its sale to a private acquirer, including the required securities filings;
  • Engineering firm in its sale of substantially all of its assets to a competitor;
  • Business entities in mergers leading to holding company formations;
  • Public industrial distribution company in at-the-market offerings;
  • Corporations and financial institutions in Regulation D private offerings;
  • Public corporations in adoption of long term inventive plans;
  • Holding company in a Subchapter S Corporation merger, conversion, and shareholder reorganization;
  • Financial institutions and holding companies participating in the U.S. Treasury's refinancing of TARP securities and public offerings related to TARP buybacks;
  • Public companies related to '34 Act compliance, Section 16 filings, FINRA filings, and corporate governance.
  • Texas Rising Star, securities & corporate finance, Thomson Reuters, 2015 and 2017 - 2020
  • Texas Bar Foundation, Fellow 
  • Co-author, "US: It's time to reconsider poison pill strategies," Norton Rose Fulbright Legal Update, April 2020
  • "SEC approves new pay ratio guidance to ease reporting," Norton Rose Fulbright Legal Update, Sept. 26, 2017
  • "Review of "God in the Courtroom: Religion's Role at Trial," Cambridge Journal of Law and Religion, v. 29, issue 2, 348, June 2014
  • "Escaping the Death Spiral of Dues and Debt: Bankruptcy and Condominium Association Debtors," 26 Emory Bankr. Dev. J. 125, 2009
  • Houston Bar Association - Campaign for the Homeless Committee
  • Houston Bar Association - Historical Committee
  • Houston Bar Association - Literacy Campaign