Squire Sanders is pleased to announce the arrival of mergers & acquisitions partner Kenneth Regensburg. Mr. Regensburg will be resident in the firm’s New York office and was previously a partner at Reed Smith.
“Ken’s arrival marks an important addition to our corporate practice in New York, and represents another strategic step forward in the expansion of our M&A capabilities,” said Daniel Berick, Americas Chair of the Squire Sanders Global Corporate Practice. “Ken’s mixture of domestic and foreign-based clients, especially in the private equity space, blends exceptionally well with our firm’s platform and practice specialties. We’re delighted to have him join us.”
Mr. Regensburg has considerable experience representing corporate clients, their stakeholders and private equity funds in a variety of domestic and cross-border transactions, both on the buy-side and sell-side, including mergers, stock and asset purchases, tender offers, leveraged buyouts, recapitalizations, restructurings and competitive auctions of public and privately held companies, as well as joint ventures and strategic alliances. Throughout his nearly two decades of experience, he has worked closely with clients on a global scale active in a range of industries, including media and telecommunications, food production and distribution, energy, healthcare, real estate, financial services, manufacturing and services businesses, among others. Mr. Regensburg also regularly advises clients on securities law and general corporate matters.
Commenting on his move, Mr. Regensburg said, “Squire Sanders is a premier global platform with extensive experience in all areas of corporate activity. These were critical factors in in my decision to join the firm and I’m excited to integrate my practice into the firm.”
Mr. Regensburg received his A.B. from Stanford University, with honors, and his law degree from Cornell Law School, where he served as Managing Editor of the Cornell International Law Journal.
Squire Sanders’ Global Corporate Practice represents nearly one-third of all Fortune 500 and FTSE 350 companies, including in areas of corporate activity such as corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, public takeovers, IPOs and secondary offerings, private equity, venture capital and joint ventures. The Global Corporate Practice is regularly recognized by leading global legal directories including Legal 500, IFLR 1000, Chambers and Partners, US News & World Report, The Lawyer, The Deal, and International Financial Law Review.