Firm Profile > Ballard Spahr LLP > Philadelphia, United States

Ballard Spahr LLP
1735 MARKET STREET, 51ST FLOOR
PHILADELPHIA, PA 19103-7599
United States

M&A: middle-market (sub-$500m) Tier 1

Ballard Spahr LLP advises domestic and international buyers and sellers, ranging from small private companies to publicly-listed multinationals, on middle- and lower-middle market transactions. Utilizing a multidisciplinary approach, the team is able to provide comprehensive service on transactions with demanding tax, securities, executive compensation and employee benefits, IP and environmental aspects. The team also has notable strengths in a huge variety of industry sectors. The M&A group is jointly led by Maggie Tatton in Minneapolis, and Brian Doerner, who also leads the firm's life sciences and technology group. Gregory Seltzer co-heads the emerging growth and venture capital group. Senior associate Amit Kakkar left the firm for an in-house role at Novartis. Named individuals are based in Philadelphia unless otherwise stated.

Practice head(s):

Brian Doerner; Maggie Tatton

Other key lawyers:

Gregory Seltzer; Karen McConnell; Robert Tunheim; Michele Rowland; David Rudd

Testimonials

‘Focus and knowledge of the process of M&A’. 

‘The team has deep experience in M&A, particularly private target deals and is thoughtful and extremely hard working’.            

‘The team understands our company and businesses, which makes their approach to issues more thoughtful and tailored to our needs’.

Key clients

Integrated Project Services (IPS)

C7 Data Centers

CookieTree, Inc.

MarketStar, Inc.

Color Spot Nurseries, Inc. and Hines Growers, Inc.

National Concessions Group, Inc. and Organa Brands

Brundage-Bone Concrete Pumping, Inc. and Concrete Pumping Holdings, Inc.

Restructuring (including bankruptcy): municipal Tier 1

In line with market developments, Ballard Spahr LLP's bankruptcy, reorganization, and capital recovery practice (based in Philadelphia) has been reasonably quiet from the government side. Nevertheless, its past top-market engagements continued to occupy the group. Led by Vincent Marriott and William Rhodes, the team acted for the National Federation of Municipal Analysts in the Puerto Rico case, as well as for different financial institutions (including European institutions) in Chapter 9 proceedings. In 2019, the department increasingly resorted to its expertise in special revenue bonds and dispute capabilities.

Practice head(s):

Vincent Marriott; William Rhodes

Key clients

KBC Bank NV

Wells Fargo Bank, NA

National Federation of Municipal Analysts

Land use/zoning Tier 2

Ballard Spahr LLP provides comprehensive planning and permitting advice to its varied client base, with recent highlights including advice on subdivisions and zoning variances, historical preservation matters and complex environmental permitting. Based in Philadelphia, practice head Matthew McClure has significant experience in urban redevelopment projects, as well as in appeals before zoning committees and other administrative agencies. Another key contact is Thomas Bennett in Salt Lake City, who focuses on the development of resort and commercial properties, and also has experience of zoning and entitlements for planned communities.

Practice head(s):

Matthew McClure

Other key lawyers:

Thomas Bennett; James Walston; Emily Vaias; David Gest

Key clients

Southern Land Company

Radnor Property Group

SRDV

LCOR

Exeter Property Group

HFZ Capital Group

East West Partners

DC Survivors & Advocates for Empowerment (SAFE)

Wexford Science + Technology

Montgomery Housing Partnership

Gilbane Development Company

Natural Lands

The Philadelphia Phillies

Temple University

Product liability, mass tort and class action - defense: automative/transport Tier 2

Acting for auto manufacturers and parts suppliers, Ballard Spahr LLP is regularly involved in large class actions, government investigations and catastrophic personal injury matters. The practice group is headed by the ‘highly responsiveNeal Walters in New Jersey, who has defended and coordinated product liability and consumer claims through trial in jurisdictions around the country. Walters has recently been involved in class actions for long-standing clients Subaru of America and Kia Motors America, among others.

Practice head(s):

Neal Walters

Other key lawyers:

Roberto Rivera-Soto; Casey Watkins; David Haworth

Testimonials

‘Ballard Spahr’s automotive team has deep industry knowledge, with a particular strength in defending automotive class actions’

‘They are a highly responsive, creative and agile team’

‘Neal Walters has extensive industry knowledge and regularly delivers pragmatic advice tailored to the matter; he avoids a one size fits all approach to defending litigation’

‘Associate Casey Watkins is a standout member of the team, combining deep automotive knowledge with high quality advocacy’

Key clients

Subaru of America, Inc.

Kia Motors, Inc.

BMW North America

Rosenbauer Fire Trucks

Johnson Controls, Inc.

DuPont

Civil litigation/class actions: plaintiff Tier 3

Ballard Spahr LLP is retained by both plaintiff and defense side to litigate in the antitrust space. The department shows a strength in cases related to monopolization and conspiracy combined with sector expertise in pharmaceutical, chemical, financial and manufacturing. Leslie John spearheads the antitrust team out of Philadelphia, while her personal practice focuses on pharmaceuticals and healthcare clients. Two New York-based attorneys are often involved in plaintiff representation: 'true antitrust scholar' Jay Fastow leads the loss recovery group and Denise Plunkett is well-equipped to handle claims in the payment card, financial services, and pharmaceutical industries. James Lockhart left in June 2019 to take up a GC position with RJM Construction.

Practice head(s):

Leslie John

Other key lawyers:

Jay Fastow; Denise Plunkett; Stephen Kastenberg

Testimonials

‘The antitrust team’s approach to an antitrust case is seamless and effective. As the General Counsel I have been impressed with their organization and ability to manage multiple clients in a large antitrust case.’

‘Ed Rogers is efficient in leading the plaintiff group by being acutely aware of time constraints and valuing the time of his clients. He is also a good strategist and saw value in bringing in other plaintiffs.’

‘Jay Fastow’s knowledge of antitrust law and cases is deep. Then his ability to use that in negotiations is impressive.’

‘A team that punches above its weight in antitrust circles, particularly on the plaintiffs’ side, and is unafraid to take on Section 2 and other complicated cases.’

‘Jay Fastow is brilliant: a true antitrust scholar, but also an excellent trial lawyer and appellate advocate.’ 

Key clients

GlaxoSmithKline LLC

American Board of Internal Medicine

Comcast Corporation

E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company

MarketPlace PHL

Electric Utility Industry Sustainable Supply Chain Alliance

Johnson & Johnson and Janssen Biotech

Warner Chilcott

CSL Behring, LLC

Railway Engineering-Maintenance Suppliers Association (REMSA)

Lincoln National Life Insurance Company

Employee benefits, executive compensation and retirement plans: design Tier 3

The team at Ballard Spahr LLP provides expert advice on all avenues of employee benefits and executive compensation governance, and compliance, for a stand-alone client base of employers, fiduciaries and plan administrators. Of note on the client roster is the extensive list of tax-exempt organizations including churches, universities, colleges and public-sector bodies, for which Philadelphia-based Brian Pinheiro provides 403(b) plan administration guidance, including compliance with the Affordable Care Act. Also in Philadelphia, Edward Leeds advises on the structuring of health and welfare plans, including negotiations with insurers and third party administrators, while deferred compensation and ESOP plan structuring mandates are handled by Los Angeles-based Diane Thompson and Minneapolis-based Robert Hartman.

Practice head(s):

Brian Pinheiro

Testimonials

They have top-notch experts in the areas that we use their services and are very detailed in their analyses and responses to issues that we request opinions on. They understand us as a client and our market landscape.’

Edward Leeds is an absolute pleasure to work with. He understands his clients and their needs and he is very responsive and flexible.  He is an expert in his field and very knowledgeable in other areas. We can depend on his expertise and responses and are very comfortable with the guidance he provides on all issues.

Key clients

The Chemours Company

NRG Energy Inc.

Temple University/Temple University Health System

Republic Services, Inc.

American Red Cross

Capital Health System

Wawa, Inc.

CSL Behring LLC

Ricoh USA, Inc.

Union Pacific Corporation

Energy: renewable/alternative power Tier 3

Led by Patrick Gillard out of Philadelphia and aided by numerous lawyers spread throughout the firm's national network of offices, Ballard Spahr LLP's energy team has significant involvement for developers, sponsors, tax equity investors and lenders across a myriad renewables-related project acquisitions, construction agreements, and project development and financing arrangements. Abreast of federal and state level regulations impacting on work in the space, the team continues to be very active handling M&A and financing mandates in relation to distributed generation and utility-scale solar and wind projects. The firm is also well-versed in structuring deals utilizing more bespoke and innovative mandates, including in relation to the acquisition and tax equity and debt financing of multiple community solar projects, a rapidly growing market niche.

Practice head(s):

Patrick Gillard

Other key lawyers:

Dirk Michels; Raymond Faricy; Bruce Johnson; Katie Leesman

Fintech Tier 3

Ballard Spahr LLP's fintech industry practice group handles a range of transactional matters, regulatory work and disputes in the retail and consumer finance space. The multi-disciplinary team counts traditional financial institutions and new fintech players among its client roster. Key partners include New York-based James Kim, who advises on compliance and enforcement actions; consumer finance regulatory expert Jeremy Rosenblum in Philadelphia; and Philadelphia-based student lending sector expert John Culhane. Judy Mok, who focuses on payments transactions, joined the New York office from Apple, and privacy and data security expert Kim Phan joined the DC office from WilmerHale. Christopher Ford left the firm in 2020.

Practice head(s):

James Kim; Jeremy Rosenblum

Other key lawyers:

Christopher Ford; John Culhane; Judy Mok; Kim Phan

Key clients

Bancorp Bank

CommonBond

Continental Finance Company

Lending Club

LendUp

PayPal

Steady (steadyapp.com)

Social Finance (SoFi)

Real estate investment trusts (REITs) Tier 3

Ballard Spahr LLP represents public and private REITs in a wide array of matters, from formation and capitalization through to corporate compliance and securities issues, transactional work and litigation. Other core strengths include equity and debt offerings and financing transactions, REIT-related M&A and life-cycle-end issues. The department is jointly led by Douglas Fox and Charles Moran in Baltimore, alongside Craig Ganz, who is based in the firm's Phoenix office. Also recommended is of counsel Thomas Bashore II, who is developing a strong reputation for underwritten public securities offerings.

Practice head(s):

Douglas Fox; Charles Moran; Craig Ganz

Other key lawyers:

Key clients

Healthpeak Properties (formerly known as HCP)

Kilroy Realty Corporation

SL Green Realty Corp.

LTC Properties

Mack-Cali Realty Corp

Spirit Realty Capital

Agree Realty Corporation

Black Creek Industrial REIT IV

Essential Properties Realty Trust

Realty Income Corporation

STORE Capital Corporation

Outsourcing Tier 4

Ballard Spahr LLP specializes in assisting financial institutions, prepaid card issuers, merchants, and payment service providers on outsourcing agreements. Key members of the team are of counsel David Medlar, a payment systems expert, and Peter Michaud and Alan Kaplinsky in Philadelphia, who jointly head the national finance and consumer finance practice. Christopher Ford left the firm in 2020.

Practice head(s):

Peter Michaud; Alan Kaplinsky

Other key lawyers:

Real estate Tier 4

Tina Makoulian leads the development and complex transactions team at Ballard Spahr LLP, which is renowned for its handling of mixed-use and condominium development projects, condemnations, tax structuring, land use matters and leasing. Washington DC-based Mary Jo George heads the housing practice, while Christopher Payne in Denver leads the resort, hospitality and timeshare practice, regularly advising on resort hotel developments, as well as timeshare and fractional deals. Dominic De Simone leads the finance and capital markets group, and represents lenders, special servicers, private equity firms and borrowers in loan transactions and distressed real estate deals. Bart Mellits chairs the real estate department. Named lawyers are based in Philadelphia unless otherwise stated.

Practice head(s):

Bart Mellits; Dominic De Simone; Mary Jo George; Tina Makoulian; Christopher Payne

Other key lawyers:

Thomas Hauser; Mark Pollak; Roger Winston; Kelly Wrenn

Key clients

Southern Land Company

Wexford Science + Technology

8minute Solar Energy

Amtrak

New York City Housing Authority

Equus Capital Partners

Weller Development Company

LCOR

Kettler/Meridian Joint Venture

Civil litigation/class actions: defense Tier 5

Ballard Spahr LLP acts for US companies in the pharmaceutical, chemical, financial and manufacturing sectors, particularly in monopolization and conspiracy cases. Practice leader Leslie John in Philadelphia, defends tying and monopolization theories, among others, and Jason Leckerman  has experience with bid-rigging, market allocation and price discrimination claims as well as issues related to ownership structures. Lawsuits at the intersection of antitrust and intellectual property fall to the Philadelphia-based Stephen Kastenberg, as do class actions and civil matters involving collusive dealing. In June 2019, James Lockhart left the Minneapolis office to take up a position as GC at RJM construction.

Practice head(s):

Leslie E. John

Testimonials

‘Experienced antitrust litigators who generate good papers, are highly ethical, and have a broad range of experience on the defense side.’

‘Leslie John is a very smart and capable lawyer.’

‘Stephen Kastenberg is capable as well.’

‘Leslie John, the lead anti-trust partner, showed a full grasp of the legal issues and accurately predicted what the plaintiffs would do. She focused the legal strategy early on in a way that turned out to support success on a motion to dismiss with prejudice.’

‘Hara Jacobs, the lead litigation partner, helped tightly focus our response to the plaintiff’s reply to our motion to dismiss in a way that sharply and clearly told our story and made our case in a compelling and understandable way.’

Key clients

GlaxoSmithKline LLC

American Board of Internal Medicine

Comcast Corporation

E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company

MarketPlace PHL

Electric Utility Industry Sustainable Supply Chain Alliance

Johnson & Johnson and Janssen Biotech

Warner Chilcott

CSL Behring, LLC

Railway Engineering-Maintenance Suppliers Association (REMSA)

Lincoln National Life Insurance Company

Media and entertainment: litigation Tier 5

Expansion was the watchword for the media team at Ballard Spahr LLP in 2019, with the firm massively expanding its west coast presence with the addition of the former members of Los Angeles-based media boutique Leopold, Petrich & Smith in the summer of 2019. The firm also expanded its media capabilities in the Midwest at the start of 2019, with Leita Walker joining the firm's Minneapolis office from Faegre Baker Daniels. The firm's media team focuses primarily on defamation and first amendment-related work, with a client list including several major newspapers and television networks in addition to radio broadcasters. In a recent highlight, the team defended CNN in a defamation suit arising from CNN's reporting on a viral video showing encounters between Covington Catholic school student Nick Sandmann and a Native American activist at the Lincoln Memorial. Practice co-head Charles Tobin, who operates from the DC office, focuses heavily on the defamation and first amendment space as well as privacy work, while fellow co-chair David Bodney also represents clients in IP related litigation.

Practice head(s):

David Bodney; Charles Tobin

Other key lawyers:

Leita Walker; Jay Ward Brown; Seth Berlin; Michael Sullivan; Chad Bowman

Testimonials

Ballard Spahr has one of the deepest benches in media law, both in terms of partners and associates. The firm’s partnership ranks include some of the leading practitioners in the field in the United States. The firm should be on the short list for in-house counsel looking for representation in the media law field. You do not have to pay to get this firm up to speed on either the industry or the law. They know it already. They never drop a ball no matter how big or how small.

What makes this firm so good is that they have so many partners and associates who are specialists in the media law field. They are efficient, get the big picture needs of media clients and pride themselves on keeping the in-house lawyers sufficiently informed.

Chuck Tobin, Michael Sullivan, Jay Brown, Chad Bowman are some of the outstanding partners in the Washington office. David Bodney in Phoenix is the dean of the media law bar in Arizona. Mike Berry in Philadelphia is one of the best media law defense attorneys in Pennsylvania. Max Mishkin and Mara Gassmann are two DC associates who look to be future stars.

Key clients

Cable News Network, Inc.

CBS Broadcasting Inc.

Global Witness

Gray Television

Hubbard Broadcasting

National Public Radio

Netflix, Inc.

Politico

Southern Poverty Law Center

The Associated Press

The Colorado Independent

The New York Times

The Washington Post

The Weekly Standard

Univision

Project finance Tier 5

Ballard Spahr LLP has a good track record advising sponsors and lenders on renewable power projects and related transactions. The lawyers have good expertise of developments, acquisitions, and refinancings. Recently the team has seen a lot of activity in the community solar and distributed generation space, and has advised investors in several multi-million dollar deals typically with a strong tax equity component. Patrick Gillard leads the team from Philadelphia, and partners such as Dirk Michels in Los Angeles, Raymond Faricy in Minneapolis, and Bruce Johnson in Las Vegas bring added depth to the firm's strong national practice.

Practice head(s):

Patrick Gillard

Securities litigation: defense Tier 5

Ballard Spahr LLP joins the ranking due to its presence in major SEC enforcement, corporate governance and securities fraud cases. Lead partner Norman Goldberger in Philadelphia has 42 years’ experience in securities class actions, securities fraud derivative claims and enforcement matters. Clients note that he is 'possessed of excellent judgment and he commands the respect of senior corporate officers and directors'. Among his clients are corporate issuers and their officers and directors, firm supervisors and compliance personnel, underwriters, accountants, attorneys, retail brokers, retail and institutional traders, and broker-dealers. Former federal prosecutor David Axelrod is also recommended.

Practice head(s):

Norman Goldberger

Other key lawyers:

Testimonials

Norm Goldberger is quite experienced, possessed of excellent judgment and commands the respect of senior corporate officers and directors.

Key clients

USA Technologies, Inc.

Special Litigation Committee of the Aetna, Inc.

Board of Directors CVI Investments, Inc.

Nasdaq

Financial services regulation Tier 6

With a team spread across Philadelphia, Washington DC, Atlanta, New York, Los Angeles and Minneapolis, Ballard Spahr LLP is often sought by clients to advise on consumer financial services issues and products. In addition, the practice group is also active in regulatory matters relating to privacy, cyber security, data aggregation, marketplace lending and fintech. Philadelphia-based practice head Alan Kaplinsky is frequently engaged by the CFPB to comment on complex regulatory matters; he has also served as a witness to the bureau in three separate hearings. Of particular note, Kaplinsky is well known for playing a central role in repealing the final arbitration rule, which prohibited the use of class action waivers in arbitration agreements thereby conferring considerable financial benefits on the industry by avoiding a potential floodgate of class action claims. Also in Philadelphia, TCPA group head Mark Furletti advises numerous consumer finance, alternative lending and fintech clients on all aspects of their businesses, and John Culhane is noted for his work in the student lending industry, where he acts for five of the six biggest lenders or holders of private student loans in the US. Richard Andreano in Washington DC specializes in federal mortgage regulation, having advised clients on matters that run the full gamut of legislation in this area. Jeremy Rosenblum co-chairs the firm's consumer financial services group in the Philadelphia office.

Practice head(s):

Alan Kaplinsky; Jeremy Rosenblum

Key clients

Discover Financial Services

Goldman Sachs

Accenture Credit Services

Lending Club

Social Financial

Comenity Bank

Toyota Financial Services

American Bankers Association

Consumer Bankers Association

Chairman: Mark Stewart
Number of partners: 240

 Firm overview: Ballard Spahr is a national firm with 15 offices. Attorneys provide counseling and advocacy in more than 50 practice areas. The firm’s mission: to provide nothing less than excellence in every legal representation.

Main areas of practice
Business and transactions: Business and Transactions Department attorneys design strategies, share insights, and assist clients in realizing their goals in a wide array of sectors. The firm’s M&A lawyers structure, negotiate, and close transactions, and its securities attorneys advise on capital-raising activities and compliance with public reporting and proxy obligations. Consumer Financial Services lawyers advise on regulatory matters, assist in the design and documentation of credit products, and represent clients in class action and regulatory enforcement proceedings. Privacy and Data Security attorneys identify potential vulnerabilities and create protective compliance policies and procedures. Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation lawyers design and implement benefits packages that comply with applicable regulatory requirements. Dealmakers turn to the firm’s Private Equity attorneys for knowledge of the unique issues and complexities inherent in designing and effectuating those often-complex transactions. Tax lawyers help clients minimize their tax burden and maximize the benefits of tax credits, deductions, and exemptions.

Intellectual property: The Intellectual Property department counsels clients on developing, commercializing, enforcing, and defending their intellectual property assets. The firm provides a full range of services, including assisting with patent procurement and licensing, protection of patent, trademark, and copyright portfolios, and developing strong brands. It brings protective actions for clients’ property in the United States and globally. The team of over 50 attorneys and professionals has the experience, resources, and versatility to handle the most complex IP issues. IP litigators try complex, high-stakes cases involving cutting-edge technologies for clients across industries in jurisdictions nationwide and before the Patent and Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.

Litigation: Litigation is the firm’s largest department, with over 260 attorneys across all offices. Commercial litigators handle disputes involving breach of contract and UCC-related matters; unfair competition; business torts; breach of fiduciary duty; fraud; antitrust/securities laws; class actions; corporate governance; real estate litigation/transactions; construction claims; lending/finance agreements; contracts for business sales or acquisitions; privacy and data security; trade secrets and other IP matters; wealth-management issues; and product liability, insurance, professional liability, and civil rights claims. Labor and Employment attorneys handle discrimination, harassment, and retaliation claims, and issues involving FMLA, ERISA, and wage-and-hour matters. White Collar attorneys conduct internal investigations, represent clients facing government enforcement, and handle matters involving FCA, AML/BSA, and FCPA issues. Environmental attorneys represent clients in administrative, civil, and criminal proceedings and advise on national and regional compliance, permitting, rulemaking, develop­ment, and contamination matters, focusing on climate change and sustainability. Bankruptcy attorneys handle corporate restructurings, municipal insolvencies, Chapter 11 creditor/debtor matters, distressed real estate, and M&A. Government Relations attorneys help clients effectively interact with government entities and advise on regulatory, administrative, and legislative matters. Media and Entertainment attorneys counsel and litigate on behalf of content providers across media platforms. Securities and Chancery attorneys advise on securities and corporate governance claims; Ballard Spahr is one of the few national law firms with an established Chancery Court practice.

Finance: The firm’s Finance Department is comprised of over 110 lawyers nationwide focused on specific industry sectors, project types, and deal structures. The Public Finance prac­tice is among the finest in the country, having participated in the issuance of more than $1 trillion in tax-exempt obligations in every U.S. state and territory, and has been nationally recognized by The Bond Buyer since 1958. The P3/Infrastructure team is a leader in representing government participants and private sector developers, investors, and lenders in innovative public-private partnership projects and served as counsel on The Bond Buyer’s 2019 Public-Private Partnership Financing “Deal of the Year.” The Real Estate Finance Group represents lenders, special servicers, private equity firms, REITs, life insurance companies, CMBS lenders, and borrowers in an array of loan transactions and distressed real estate deals.  The Project Finance team counsels clients on regulatory issues, financing options, transactional considerations, and litigation avoidance strategies necessary when embarking on a capital-heavy project. The Housing Finance attorneys represent housing authorities, under­writers, investors, and lenders in some of the nation’s largest affordable housing transactions, as well as GSE and HUD financing and tax credit transactions. The Energy Finance Group handles the development, acquisition, and financing of energy assets—from traditional to cutting-edge, renewable resources—and helps clients meet regulatory compliance considerations.

Real estate: Our almost 130 Real Estate attorneys nationwide serve a diverse client base from coast to coast. The Development and Transactions Group offers comprehensive services in development, zoning and land use, tax structuring, construction, leasing, condomini­ums, mixed-use projects, and condemnation. The Resort, Hospitality and Timeshare Group advises on complex projects across a range of industry investment, including project financing, ground-up construction, hotel development, management and repositioning, mixed-use, and first-to-market timeshare products. The Housing Group represents housing authorities, under­writers, investors, and lenders in some of the nation’s largest affordable housing transactions, as well as GSE and HUD financing and tax credit transactions.

Department Name Email Telephone
Chair of the Firm Mark S. Stewart
Business and Transactions, Department Chair Peter V. Michaud
Intellectual Property, Department Chair Lynn E. Rzonca
Litigation, Department Chair Geoffrey A. Kahn
Finance, Department Co-Chair Dominic J. De Simone
Finance, Department Co-Chair Emilie R. Ninan
Real Estate, Department Chair Bart I. Mellits
Chief Marketing and Business Development Officer Amy T. Shepherd
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