Education and Honors

  • J.D. (cum laude), Harvard Law School, 2002
    Member, International Law Journal
    Harvard Latin American Legal Society
  • B.A. (summa cum laude), government, University of Notre Dame, 1999
    Phi Beta Kappa

Admissions and Affiliations

District of Columbia Bar

New York State Bar

State Bar of Texas

Adam Haubenreich


The Warner
1299 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington, D.C. 20004-2400
United States


Corporate Practice


Adam Haubenreich is a partner in the Corporate Department of the Washington office. His practice maintains a particular focus on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate governance and private equity. He has represented clients in a number of diverse industries, including, healthcare, hospitality, nuclear, oil and gas, aviation and oilfield services. Mr. Haubenreich has represented issuers and investment banks in initial public offerings, secondary equity offerings and debt offerings, as well as assisted companies with general corporate issues and internal investigations.

Representative Engagements

  • Lead counsel for publicly owned hospitality company in disposition of extended stay furnished apartment business
  • Represented oilfield technology company in joint venture in South America
  • Represented healthcare company in evaluating strategic alternatives with respect to joint venture
  • Provides corporate governance advice to a publicly traded motor sports promoter
  • Represented publicly traded power generation systems manufacturer in the acquisition of $100 million in securities of a public front-end nuclear cycle company, as well as the formation of a joint venture between such companies
  • Represented private equity fund in acquisition of securities of venture backed oilfield services company
  • Pogo Producing Company – in separate transactions, over $1.2 billion in senior subordinated notes and related exchange offerings; ongoing corporate governance and compliance matters
  • Mariner Energy, Inc. – reverse Morris trust spin/merger transaction with Forest Oil Corporation’s Gulf of Mexico operations; initial registration under the Securities Act and Exchange Act; $300,000 senior notes offering
  • Underwriters – initial public offering of Universal Compression Partners, L.P., a master limited partnership
  • Underwriters – Rule 144A private placement of $100 million senior convertible notes for a development-stage company in the liquid natural gas industry
  • Halliburton Company – subsidiary initial public offering of KBR, Inc.; ongoing corporate governance and compliance matters
  • Health care services provider – $700 million exchange offer in which it split off a subsidiary
  • Private wealth division of an investment bank – establishment of a $3 billion private equity fund
  • Limited liability company – conversion to a Delaware corporation and subsequent $150 million initial public offering