Ms Linsey Bozzelli > Blank Rome LLP > Philadelphia, United States > Lawyer Profile

Blank Rome LLP
United States
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Work Department

Corporate, mergers & acquisitions, securities


Linsey Bozzelli is the vice chair of Blank Rome’s corporate, M&A, and securities practice group. She concentrates her practice in the area of business and corporate law, including: mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures; private equity and venture capital funding transactions; general corporate, partnership, and limited liability company transactions and counseling; transactional and day to day legal and strategic consulting for clients in the fashion, design, and branding industries; joint ventures and strategic alliances; financing transactions; business formation and planning; contract drafting and negotiations; and, counseling and formation of nonprofit organizations. For more information about Ms. Bozzelli, please click here to visit her full biography.

Lawyer Rankings

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

Blank Rome LLP ‘has depth at partner level and below to cover all specialty legal areas‘. The firm’s 70-lawyer national M&A team has its core groups in New York and Philadelphia, with additional centers of corporate activity in Pittsburgh, Washington DC and Los Angeles. The practice has particular strengths in the shipping, transportation, logistics and insurance sectors; it also has significant experience in the TMT industry, regularly advises fashion and brand management clients, and has a niche practice advising professional firms on their M&A work. Regular clients include AccuWeather, ExxonMobil, Paddy Power Betfair and Panasonic. Steven Dubow is ‘a go-to deal attorney, who has broad experience and an ability to breakdown complex legal issues for non-attorney business people‘; and Peter Schnur in New York advised Ryder System, which provides logistics, supply chain and transportation management solutions, on its $120m acquisition of MXD Group. Louis Rappaport chairs the firmwide corporate, M&A and securities team, while Linsey Bozzelli and Kathleen Cunningham in New York are its vice chairs, and Robert Mittman chairs the New York corporate practice. Rappaport has led on several deals for Togetherwork Holdings, which develops group management software and payments solutions, including its acquisition of Gingr, a provider of management software for dog daycare boarding and grooming businesses. Also key to the team are co-business department chair Gary GoldenbergAlan Lieblich and New York-based Brad Shiffman and Michael Mullman. The names listed are based in  Philadelphia except where otherwise stated.