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Preparing for the End of LIBOR: Contractual, Finance, Derivatives, Disclosure and Other Considerations


Speaker(s): Chalyse Robinson, Dino Wu, Lillian Brown
Recorded on: Sep. 18, 2019
PLI Program #: 284137

Dino Wu represents sell-side and buy-side clients in negotiating trading agreements, including derivatives master agreements and confirmations, futures and options agreements, OTC clearing agreements, prime brokerage agreements, term commitments, netting arrangements, custody and account control agreements, electronic services agreements, master repurchase agreements and securities lending agreements. Mr. Wu has extensive experience with all agreements relating to futures and derivatives, cleared and uncleared, including ISDA master agreements, central clearing documentation, segregated collateral arrangements and confirmations of equity, credit, fixed income, foreign exchange and commodities derivative transactions. He also regularly assists clients in complying with regulations relating to derivatives, including Dodd-Frank and EMIR.

Mr. Wu also represents corporate clients in their equity derivatives transactions, including accelerated share repurchases and forward share repurchases and sales, call spreads and capped calls. In addition, he advises corporate clients regarding ISDA master agreements, interest rate swaps and foreign exchange hedging.

Mr. Wu previously was a corporate associate at Davis Polk & Wardwell in New York, where he represented broker-dealers, hedge funds, investment advisers, and other financial institutions in corporate, securities, regulatory and compliance matters.

Upon graduating from law school, Mr. Wu completed clerkships with both the Honorable Jane R. Roth of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and the Honorable Mark L. Wolf of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts.


Lillian Brown is a partner in the Transactional and Securities Departments and a member of the Corporate Practice Group in WilmerHale's Washington, DC office. Ms. Brown advises clients, including public companies and their boards, on federal securities law compliance and corporate governance matters. She has extensive experience in SEC reporting and disclosure requirements, shareholder proposal and proxy matters, proxy access and shareholder activism and engagement.  Before joining WilmerHale in 2013, Ms. Brown served in a number of capacities in the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance, including Counsel to the Division Director.


As a highly regarded and seasoned practitioner, Chalyse Robinson guides public and private companies and private equity sponsors through all aspects of their debt financing transactions. Ms. Robinson has built a distinguished practice over the years, with a broad range of experience representing national and international companies and private equity funds active across a diverse range of industries, including energy and natural resources, oil and gas, mining, financial services, technology, entertainment, retail, healthcare, life sciences, manufacturing and real estate. With her invaluable practice experience and wide industry knowledge, Ms. Robinson is able to provide comprehensive and exceptional service for her clients. 

Ms. Robinson’s experience includes acquisition financings, particularly for private equity sponsors, handling credit facilities for other public and private companies and financings for investment grade and non-investment grade issuers, as well as handling asset and reserve-based lending transactions. In addition, she structures, negotiates and closes US and cross-border secured and unsecured debt financing transactions, including leveraged buyouts, recapitalizations, asset-based financing, venture capital, and mezzanine and subordinated debt financings. She has also counseled clients on other corporate-related matters, including compliance, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and commercial transactions.

Ms. Robinson is a member of the American Bar Association, Colorado Bar Association and New York Bar Association.

Before joining WilmerHale, Ms. Robinson was a partner at another large international law firm, splitting her time between Colorado and New York to represent clients in various bank financing transactions. Previously, she was a business and corporate finance lawyer with another law firm in Denver, CO and an associate focusing on capital markets at a firm in London, UK.