Heather A. Wyman has enjoyed a diverse practice serving a myriad of businesses, industries, lenders and financial institutions in mergers, acquisitions and dispositions, in general corporate and commercial transactions and in debt and equity financings, acquisition financings and leveraged buy-outs.
Heather has close to 30 years of experience practicing in a number of areas of law. In recent years, Heather’s practice has been focused primarily on lending and transactional work with an emphasis on the security alarm industry. She has represented lenders (often serving in the capacity as the agent for other lenders), as well as borrowers in syndicated facilities, single-bank facilities and bilateral facilities, including debt and equity financings and acquisition financings on secured and unsecured bases, asset-based financings and construction financings.
In her commercial real estate practice, Heather has drafted and negotiated leases, represented lenders/agents in collateralized financings of hotels, office buildings, apartment complexes and warehouse facilities and assisted in the preparation of title opinions related to Marcellus Shale projects. Heather also has extensive background as an environmental practitioner, including litigation, regulatory, and compliance experience. She has represented a broad range of privately and publicly held businesses, including steel fabricators, food processors, hospitals and nursing care facilities, the energy industries, retailers, and high-tech and heavy industry manufacturers.
She has also participated in the representation of clients subject to criminal investigation and prosecution and civil proceedings under the Occupational Safety and Health Act and the Federal Mine Safety and Health Act.
Grove City College (cum laude; honors in economics)
University of Pittsburgh School of Law (J.D.)
Journal of Law and Commerce
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
Prior to joining Kleinbard, Heather practiced at a boutique law firm, Williams & Hannon, and prior to that she spent 25 years practicing at a major national firm where she began as a litigator/compliance/regulatory environmental and safety practioner, then converted to an environmental transactional support and commercial real estate lawyer, and eventually transitioned to focus primarily on lending/transactional work with an emphasis on the security alarm industry.