Tyler Lewis has experience representing financial institutions, hedge funds, agents and borrowers in a broad range of corporate finance and restructuring transactions, including acquisition finance, junior and senior loans, multi-lender syndicated loans, and term and revolving credit facilities.


Represented Hologic, Inc. in connection with $200 million receivables securitization.

Counsel to oil and gas company in connection with a $180 million term loan facility and a $50 million ABL facility.

Counsel to a syndicate of hedge fund lenders in the structuring of a $60 million senior notes issuance, a $30 million term loan facility, and a $23 million purchase money facility.

Counsel to American Railcar Leasing in financings totaling more than $250 million.

Counsel to American Railcar Industries, Inc. in railcar leasing, equipment finance, and corporate transactions.

Counsel to American Railcar Industries, Inc. in the $1.75 billion sale of its business to ITE Management.

Represented a nonprofit energy buying consortium that purchases electricity, gas, and solar power in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island (primarily government agencies, housing authorities, and not for profits such as hospitals and universities) in energy supply programs and supply contracts that cover $200 million in annual energy purchases.

Counsel to public company in the preparation and negotiation of its swaps and derivatives trading documents.

Advised a metals recycling company in connection with $65 million asset-based revolving credit facility.

Advised a Boston-based healthcare consulting company in its negotiation of a term loan credit facility.


Boston University School of Law – J.D., 2015
Boston University Law Review
University of Florida – B.A. in History, cum laude, 2010; B.S. in Business Finance, 2010

Bar Admissions

United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts
Professional Memberships
Massachusetts Bar Association
Community Involvement
Represents, on a pro bono basis, artists seeking to recover unpaid fees for their works and services (through organizations like Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts) and individual Chapter 7 debtors seeking to improve their financial situation through bankruptcy (through organizations like Volunteer Lawyers Project).
Serves on the Firm's Associate Liaison Committee, focusing on encouraging discussions and collaboration between Firm management and associates.