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

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Stuart CableGoodwin

Goodwin’s corporate practice has a strong focus on the life sciences, technology and real estate industries, where it handles a range of public and private M&A, LBOs, spinoffs, divestitures and going-private transactions. The firms-wide corporate group is led by seven partners, all of whom bring unique specializations to provide clients with end-to-end service. Stuart Cable leads the global M&A practice, and counsels boards of directors and management teams on corporate governance, M&A, and disclosure and securities law. The public M&A group is jointly led by Lisa HaddadJohn Haggerty, and securities and M&A litigator Deborah Birnbach. Key figures in the tech-focused M&A group include Kenneth GordonAnthony McCusker in Silicon Valley, and John Egan III. Egan and McCusker specialize in acting for emerging technology companies, while Gordon focuses on M&A and corporate finance for established corporates and venture capital funds. Alessandra Simons in San Francisco is recommended on the more junior end of the partnership. Named attorneys are in Boston unless otherwise stated.

United States > M&A/corporate and commercial > Corporate governance

Goodwin‘s corporate governance team has experience advising public company clients on a full range of governance issues, from compliance, succession planning and compensation issues, to securities litigation and shareholder engagement. Contacts include Joseph Johnson IIIStuart Cable and Lisa Haddad in Boston, and Gilbert Menna in New York.