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United States: M&A/corporate and commercial

M&A: middle-market (sub-$500m)

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Kevin Lavin - Arnold & Porter

Within: M&A: middle-market (sub-$500m)

Arnold & Porter is recommended for domestic and cross-border transactions, life sciences M&A and advice to private equity firms, and the team regularly works closely with the firm’s highly rated regulatory practices. The practice advised a special committee of the board of directors of American Realty Capital - Retail Centers of America on its merger agreement with American Finance Trust; and acted for longstanding private equity client American Securities in its acquisition of Mortgage Contracting Services, a national provider of outsourced solutions for mortgage services. Other key work included advising the parent company of longstanding client Cain Brothers & Company (CBC), a boutique healthcare-focused investment banking firm, on the sale of CBC to KeyBanc Capital Markets; assisting Carestream Health, an independent subsidiary of Canada’s Onex Corporation, with the sale of its digital dental imaging business to funds managed by Clayton, Dubilier & Rice and CareCapital Advisors; and acting for private equity group EQT Mid Market US in its acquisition of Dorner Holding Corporation from Incline Equity Partners. San Francisco-based Edward Deibert, whose sector experience includes financial services, semiconductors, technology, consumer products and hospitality, and New York’s Derek Stoldt head the M&A practice; and the co-corporate and finance group chairs are New York-based Emanuel Cherney, who assists private equity firms and other buyers and sellers of public and private companies, and Washington DC’s Kevin Lavin, who is experienced in the government contracting and IT sectors. New York’s Stephen Koval and Washington DC-based Andrew Varner co-head the private equity practice; other key advisers include Steven Kaplan and Matthew Owens in Washington DC; and New York-based financial institutions M&A head Robert Azarow. Ronald Levine II, who has longstanding experience in corporate finance, private equity and M&A transactions, was hired in Denver from Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP, while Joshua Berick joined Jones Day; and Hans Dyke moved to Bracewell LLP.

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