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David R. Lallouz



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David R Lallouz

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David R. Lallouz is a partner in Tannenbaum Helpern's Corporate, Capital Formation and Securities Law practice where he advises clients on complex corporate transactions. For a decade and a half, David has helped clients creatively structure, negotiate and implement mergers and acquisitions, private equity transactions, strategic investments, venture capital investments, joint ventures and public offerings.

David has successfully negotiated over a hundred M&A and related transactions to date, representing clients on both the buy-side and sell side, particularly in the “middle market,” and across a wide range of industries, including, industrial, manufacturing, commercial and retail business, financial services, including global financial institutions, multi-billion dollar investment funds and family offices, biotech and health sciences (acting on behalf of private equity and venture capital funds and targets alike), staffing, professional services, advertising and talent management, to name a few. David also represents investors in PIPE (private investments in public equity) transactions and registered direct offerings.

David regularly advises both private equity and venture capital funds, as well as issuers, in private placements, particularly in the biotech and life sciences industries.

In addition, he regularly advises and counsels clients on corporate governance, business formation and capitalization, as well as commercial and contractual relationships. David is a co-founder of Tannenbaum Helpern’s StartMeUp program for entrepreneurs, offering a suite of legal services tailored to the needs of new business owners.

David is also experienced in the field of distribution law, particularly with regard to food and beverage distribution, including drafting and negotiating distribution and supply agreements for distributors and manufacturers alike. Notably, David's M&A experience includes significant acquisitions and joint ventures among distributors and suppliers, including in the alcoholic beverage and soft drink industries.

Given the scope and breadth of David’s experience in mergers and acquisitions, he has previously been retained to provide testimony as an expert witness to a U.S. federal court on the M&A process and best practices.

Additionally, David is a member of the firm's Cybersecurity Practice Group, advising clients on the risks and legal requirements associated with emerging technological threats.

Prior to joining Tannenbaum Helpern in 2008, David was a partner in a leading international law firm based in Montreal, where his experience included Canadian, U.S. and cross-border mergers and acquisitions. David began his career in Quebec where he remains admitted to practice. Fluent both in English and French, he advises clients in both languages and has been selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers since 2011.

Significant Matters

  • Represents a specialty real estate investment group, continuing its acquisition of a major portfolio of shopping centers and mixed-use real estate throughout the Northeast.
  • Sale of influential news talent agency to one of the world's largest talent agencies based in Hollywood.
  • Double-reverse subsidiary merger and multi-million dollar recapitalization of two bio-pharm research companies to form a global leader in cancer research and prevention.
  • $45 million New Market Tax Credit financing of one of New York City's most storied charitable organizations.
  • Global reorganization of an international property owner with approximately 3 billion of worldwide real estate and related assets.
  • Strategic acquisition of a North American leader in high-speed entertainment and communications services
  • Sale of a significant investment manager with approximately $11 billion of assets under management to a leading Japanese investment bank.
  • 2011 public offering of over $660 million, and 2009 public offering of approximately $500 million for a significant commodity exchange traded fund (ETF) listed on the NYSE-ARCA.
  • Sale of a classic and contemporary world cinema film distributor and home entertainment company.
  • Numerous private investments in public equity and registered direct offerings.
  • Cross-border acquisitions and dispositions involving manufacturing, health-care, IT and emerging-technology businesses.
  • Various private placements and venture capital financings in the biotech and telecommunications industries.
  • Numerous private acquisitions involving U.S. investment banks, including the acquisition of a NYSE market-maker.
  • Senior and subordinated acquisition financings on behalf of both buyers and banks.

David Lallouz has or will serve as a speaker, moderator, event chair or panelist for the following events:

Areas of Focus:

  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Private Equity
  • Financing
  • Venture Capital
  • Corporate Governance
  • Commercial Transactions

Education:

Law School:

  • McGill University, 2001, B.C.L., LL.B
  • Honors: Distinction; James McGill Scholar

Memberships:

Professional:

  • New York State Bar Association
  • Quebec Bar Association

Bar Admissions:

  • New York
  • Quebec

Award Recognition:

  • Rising Star-SuperLawyers: 2011-2017
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