HOUSTON, March 14, 2017 — King & Spalding is acting for U.S. second-wave LNG export project developer NextDecade, LLC, on its proposed combination with Harmony Merger Corp. (NASDAQ: HRMN, HRMNU, and HRMNW).
The proposed all-stock transaction, if consummated, will see the privately held NextDecade merge with Harmony, resulting in NextDecade becoming a publicly listed company. Harmony is a publicly listed special purpose acquisition company whose objective is to take a company public via reverse merger.
More details on the transaction can be found here.
The King & Spalding team representing NextDecade is being led by Houston-based partners Ken Culotta and Jeff Malonson. Other lawyers involved include partners Carrie Ratliff, Kathryn Furman and Samuel Choy (Atlanta) as well as Jonathan Talansky (New York).
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