Emily Greenwood is an associate in the Private Equity and Mergers & Acquisitions practices.
Her practice focuses on complex corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, private equity investments, joint ventures, commercial arrangements and related general corporate counseling.
- Hitachi, Ltd. in its acquisition of GlobalLogic Inc. for an enterprise value of $9.5 billion
- J.F. Lehman & Company in connection with:
- its proposed acquisition of Heritage-Crystal Clean Inc. in an all-cash transaction for US$45.50 per share that values the company at approximately US$1.2 billion, including net debt
- the sale of Lone Star Disposal to Waste Connections US Holdings Inc.
- its acquisition of the assets of the Narda-MITEQ division and the stock of Narda Safety Test Solutions, GmbH (Narda-MITEQ) from L3Harris Technologies, Inc.
- Narda-MITEQ, an investment affiliate of J.F. Lehman & Company, in its acquisition of Intelligent RF Solutions, LLC
- Aegion Corporation, a portfolio company of New Mountain Capital, in its sale of Aegion Energy Services, LLC to Brock Holdings III, LLC, a portfolio company of American Industrial Partners
- Mother Lode Holding Co. in its $300 million acquisition by First American Financial Corporation
- Investcorp Europe Acquisition Corp I, a special purpose acquisition company in connection with its pending $426 million business combination with Orca Holdings Limited
- Kroll Bond Rating Agency in its sale to Parthenon Capital Partners
- Frontier Waste Solutions in its sale to Summer Street Capital Partners, LLC and Concentric Equity Partners II, L.P.
- Aeries Technology, as a subsidiary of Aark Singapore Pte. Ltd, in Aark Singapore’s combination with Worldwide Webb Acquisition Corp.
- A large insurance and financial services company in its investments in various venture capital investment funds
- LawnStarter, Inc. in its acquisition of Lawn Love, Inc.
The University of Texas School of Law
- Dean’s Presidential Scholarship
University of Georgia
B.A. summa cum laude
Grady College of Journalism & Mass Communication