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Members Bobby Majumder, Jason Villalba and Ed McQueen are the newest additions to Frost Brown Todd’s (FBT) Dallas office. Both Majumder and Villalba join the firm’s private equity industry team. Majumder focuses on the energy, mining, health care and information technology industry verticals, while Villalba works with the technology sector. McQueen is a finance and lending attorney.

“Bringing on Ed, Jason and Bobby means deepening FBT’s Dallas office expertise and our connections to the local business community. They are three of five new members in Dallas in the last six weeks. This is in addition to two new associates,” said Dallas Member-in-Charge Eddy Moore. “Ed will lead our Dallas Finance team and connect with our strong industry team across the FBT platform.”

Majumder advises both public and privately-held energy companies in securities offerings and domestic and international mergers and acquisitions, plus a variety of private equity and venture capital needs. He works with established companies, and new and emerging issuers in connection with raising capital from both the public and private capital markets in the U.S. and Europe. He earned his law degree from Washington & Lee University and his undergraduate degree from Trinity University.

Villalba specializes in emerging growth companies and those operating primarily in the middle market in various industries, including technology. He is a former member of the Texas House of Representatives and served as a financial analyst and economist for a local Fortune 100 business. He is a graduate of The University of Texas School of Law and Baylor University.

McQueen advises and represents financial institutions and businesses (including borrowers, equity sponsors, and non-traditional lenders) in connection with commercial and real estate finance matters and transactions.  He also has extensive experience with private equity transactions and regularly works with financial institutions, businesses (including borrowers, equity sponsors, and non-traditional lenders), and special asset groups and entities with regard to troubled loans and assets, including loan modifications and workouts, payment deferrals, forbearance arrangements, loan assumptions, restructurings, commercial foreclosures, secured party sale transactions, litigation, and recovery.  He is an adjunct legal writing professor at The University of North Texas at Dallas College of Law and served in the U.S. Navy aboard a fast attack submarine during Operation Desert Storm.  He is a graduate of Oklahoma City University School of Law and the University of the State of New York.