Eileen J. Ho’s practice focuses on complex corporate and financial transactions. Her practice encompasses structured finance transactions, including representing arrangers, managers, and investors in collateralized loan obligations (CLOs) transactions, issuers and banks in domestic and cross-border securitizations, and borrowers and lenders in asset-based lending arrangements. She also advises clients on regulatory matters, including those related to the Securities Act of 1933, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act and related rules and regulations.
Before joining Morgan Lewis, Eileen was an associate in the structured finance practice of another global law firm in Washington, DC.
Represented major underwriters and collateral managers in the structuring and offering of CLOs
Represented Verizon Communications in the establishment of a platform for the sale to a variety of banks and their asset-backed commercial paper conduits of installment receivables generated by their sale of wireless equipment
Represented C&W Facility Services Inc. and its affiliates in a sale of commercial facility services receivables to ING Luxembourg S.A.
University of Chicago Law School, 2012, J.D.
Stanford University, 2007, B.A., English, East Asian Studies
District of Columbia
Awards and Affiliations
Co-Chair, The University of Chicago Law School Reunion
Member, The University of Chicago Law School Washington, DC Alumni Committee
Co-Founder, The University of Chicago Domestic Violence Project
Comments and Developments Editor, The Chicago Journal of International Law
Recipient, The University of Chicago President’s Volunteer Service Award (2012)
Recipient, Ann Watson Barber Outstanding Service Award (2012)