Mr Steven H. Goldberg > Baker & Hostetler LLP > New York, United States > Lawyer Profile

Baker & Hostetler LLP
45 ROCKEFELLER PLAZA
NEW YORK, NY 10111-0100
United States
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Position

Co-Leader of BakerHostetler’s Transactions team, Steven Goldberg practices in M&A, private equity, joint ventures and strategic investments. Steven represents publicly traded and privately held companies on transactional matters, representing U.S. and non-U.S. companies in their global M&A matters. His representations include matters in the U.S., EU, Canada and Asia. He’s also experienced in corporate governance and securities matters and equity and debt restructurings. Steven was recognized by Legal500 as among the top 10 lawyers in mid-market transactions and his work has been recognized by the M&A Advisor since 2010. Clients describe Steven as “a master legal technician” (Chambers USA 2013).

Lawyer Rankings

United States > M&A/corporate and commercial > M&A: middle-market ($500m-999m)

(Leading lawyers)

Steven GoldbergBaker & Hostetler LLP

Baker & Hostetler LLP is widely recognized for its strength in domestic and cross-border corporate and M&A middle-market matters, but the practice is also experienced in large transactions. It covers advice to industrial companies that support the automotive, aerospace and chemical sectors as well as healthcare-related clients, media and technology companies, oil and gas and energy businesses, and private equity firms. Active key clients include ECN Capital, Cardinal Health, The E W Scripps Company, Toyota Motor North America, and Barnes and Noble Education. The team recently advised ECN Capital, which specializes in equipment financing, on three major transactions, including its acquisition of a majority interest in Kessler Financial Services, doing business as The Kessler Group; and assisted longstanding client and American broadcasting entity EW Scripps Company, an American broadcasting company, in several transactions, including its acquisition of the Katz broadcast networks and its sale of five radio stations in Oklahoma. The practice also acted for Northfield Park Associates (NPA), which owns and operates a premier horse racetrack, in the sale of NPA’s LLC interests to MGM Growth Properties, a REIT. The co-leaders of the M&A team are Ronald Stepanovic (who also heads the private equity practice) in Cleveland and Steven Goldberg (who also chairs the New York office’s business group). John Gherlein is another key Cleveland contact and Ian Cohen in New York is an associate to note.