Akerman Grows Core M&A Strengths with Veteran Partner Ted Rosen in New York

Firm Furthers U.S. Middle Market Capabilities for M&A, Private Equity Clients


NEW YORK — April 25, 2018 — Akerman LLP, a top 100 U.S. law firm serving clients across the Americas, today furthered its national M&A and Private Equity Practice with experienced corporate partner Ted Rosen in New York. Involved in complex transactions for more than three decades, Rosen joins the Corporate Practice Group from Fox Rothschild, where he served as administrative partner for the New York Corporate and Public Companies Practices and as co-chair of the Private Equity Practice Group. Rosen advances Akerman’s longstanding capabilities dedicated to mergers and acquisitions, private equity funds, international transactions and venture capital transactions.

“Ted is highly regarded for his consummate ability to meet client objectives in complex transactions and he adds tremendous strength to our national M&A and Private Equity team,” said Carl Roston, co-chair of Akerman’s Corporate Practice Group.

“With 30-plus years of experience as a sophisticated deal lawyer, Ted furthers our national commitment to the middle market and enhances our ability to serve clients nationwide,” said Jonathan Awner, co-chair of Akerman’s Corporate Practice Group.

Ted counsels large, established, and emerging growth companies and private equity funds in mergers, management buyouts, recapitalizations, roll-ups, and growth strategies, as well as in matters related to structuring, organization, governance, financing, employment and compensation. He also advises clients on the development, protection, licensing, and distribution of their products, technologies and services.

Ted has also represented public companies in SEC reporting and compliance matters, private and public companies in registered and unregistered equity and debt financing transactions, public and private targets and acquirers in mergers and acquisitions, and, public companies in corporate governance and related matters, including initial and continued listing matters.

Rosen represents the newest addition to the national Corporate Practice Group and the firm’s New York team. Akerman’s second largest office, it has grown to more than 100 lawyers in the last two years. Since January, the office also has welcomed Robert Stein from Kirkland & Ellis as co-chair of the firm’s Corporate Finance and Lending Practice. Together, Rosen and Stein expand Akerman’s transactional strengths for clients across the nation’s foremost business centers.


About Akerman

Akerman LLP is a top 100 U.S. law firm recognized by Financial Times as among the most forward thinking firms in the industry. Its more than 700 lawyers and business professionals collaborate with the world’s most successful enterprises and entrepreneurs to navigate change, seize opportunities, and overcome barriers to innovation and growth. Akerman is known for its results in middle market M&A and complex disputes, and for helping clients achieve their most important business objectives in the financial services, real estate, and other dynamic sectors across the United States and Latin America.

The Akerman Corporate Practice Group advises public and private companies, including private equity funds, on M&A, capital markets transactions, financings, and other transactional matters, with a strong focus on the middle market. Akerman is top-ranked nationally for mergers, acquisitions and buyouts: middle market by The Legal 500 and is recognized as a leading U.S. law firm by U.S. News – Best Lawyers for corporate, M&A, private equity, securities/capital markets, securities regulation and banking and finance law.


More information can be found at akerman.com or twitter.com/akerman_law.



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