Dan represents many of the Firm's largest corporate and private equity sponsors. He focuses on complex, cross-border mergers and acquisitions, and has worked on some of the Firm's largest and most complex M&A transactions. He has significant experience in managing large, multijurisdictional transactions that often involve multiple White & Case offices across numerous time zones, including representing many of the Firm's Chinese clients in their strategic US inbound acquisitions. Dan's industry experience includes energy, oil & gas, retail, aircraft leasing, private equity, medical devices, healthcare and manufacturing.
In addition to his multijurisdictional M&A practice, Dan has also advised on numerous in- and out-of-court debt and equity restructuring transactions. He regularly works with the Firm's Financial Restructuring group on debtor sale transactions and strategic investor transactions. His practice also includes advising boards of directors on corporate governance matters.
Represented the CityMD management team in connection with the US$600 million sale of CityMD to Warburg Pincus.
Represented Saudi Refining, Inc. (SRI), a wholly owned subsidiary of Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco), in the discontinuation of Motiva Enterprises LLC and the division of Motiva's assets, liabilities and businesses between SRI and affiliates of its joint venture partner, Royal Dutch Shell PLC.
Represented Qingdao Haier in its US$5.4 billion acquisition of General Electric's appliances business.
Represented Stop & Shop Supermarket Company LLC, a subsidiary of Royal Ahold, as a stalking-bidder in connection with Stop & Shop's US$146.3 million acquisition of 25 supermarkets from Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, Inc. (A&P), pursuant to a sale order under section 363 of the US Bankruptcy Code.
Represented Hepalink in its US$337.5 million acquisition of Scientific Protein Laboratories from American Capital, Ltd.; and its US$200 million acquisition of Cytovance Biologics from Great Point Partners.
Represented Quad-C JH Holdings, Inc., a portfolio company of Quad-C Management, in its merger-of-equals with WoundCo Holdings, Inc., a portfolio company of Aurora Capital Group.
Represented Prestolite Electric, a portfolio company of First Atlantic Capital, in the sale of Prestolite's China and US operations to Zhongshan Broad Ocean Motor Co., Ltd. and Ophoenix Capital Management Inc.
Represented Special Event Holdings and its debtor-subsidiaries in the sale of substantially all their assets to an affiliate of Apollo Capital Management for US$125.25 million pursuant to a sale order under section 363 of the US Bankruptcy Code.
Represented Coinmach in connection with its simultaneous US$300 million acquisition of AIR-serv Group LLC from Macquarie Capital and US$1.1 billion sale of Coinmach and Air-serv to Pamplona Capital Management.
Represented Ahold's Giant-Carlisle division in connection with several asset acquisitions including its US$106 million acquisition of 15 supermarkets from Genuardi's Family Markets, a subsidiary of Safeway, and its US$140 million acquisition of 25 supermarkets from the Ukrop family.
Represented Anthem, Inc. in its US$4.675 billion disposition of its NextRx Inc. pharmacy benefit management business to Express Scripts, Inc.
Represented Nordic Capital and Avista Capital Partners in their US$4.1 billion acquisition of ConvaTec, the global medical devices division of Bristol-Myers Squibb Company.
Represented Royal Ahold in its US$7.1 billion sale of broad-line food distributor US Foodservice to an affiliate of private equity firms Kohlberg, Kravis Roberts & Co. and Clayton, Dubilier & Rice. Dan also represented Royal Ahold in connection with its acquisition of US Foodservice.
"Private Equity: Maximizing Valuation in a Challenging Market", May 2012: Merrill Datasite, Webinar, (panelist)
2008/09 Country Q&A/United States, Practical Law Company—PLC Cross-border Private Equity Handbook (co-author)
Private Equity: The New World, Practical Law Company—PLC US Special Report, November 2008 (co-author with John Reiss and David A. Goldstein)
2007/08 Country Q&A/United States, Practical Law Company—PLC Cross-border Private Equity Handbook (co-author)