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David R. Lallouz Of Tannenbaum Helpern’s Corporate, Capital Formation & Securities Law Practice Made Partner

01.06.2015  •  Press Release

New York, NY — Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP is pleased to announce that David R. Lallouz in the firm's Corporate, Capital Formation & Securities Law practice, has been made partner effective January 2015. Since joining Tannenbaum Helpern in 2008, Lallouz's corporate experience has been an invaluable asset in advising clients on structuring, negotiating and implementing a broad range of transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture capital investments, financings, public offerings and joint ventures, as well as PIPEs and registered direct offerings.

"We are thrilled to have David join the partnership," said Joel S. Hirschtritt, Tannenbaum Helpern's managing partner. "His talent, experience and business judgment have been a significant benefit to clients seeking sophisticated and sound advice in highly complex transactions. In addition to his skills, his responsiveness and attention to clients' goals and needs exemplify the firm's mission to provide the highest level of quality legal services".

Lallouz 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. Lallouz's M&A experience has included numerous acquisitions and joint ventures among distributors and suppliers, including in the alcoholic beverage and soft drink industries.

Fluent in both English and French, Lallouz advises in both languages and represents a wide range of clients, from closely-held startups to publicly-traded companies, global financial institutions and multi-billion dollar hedge funds. Prior to joining Tannenbaum Helpern, he was a partner in a Canadian law firm based in Montreal, Quebec, where he remains admitted to practice.

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