Greg is a senior partner in White & Case's Mergers & Acquisitions and Corporate Practice.
He represents corporations, their stakeholders and financial investors in a wide range of complex domestic and cross-border mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures and leveraged buyouts.
In addition, public and private corporations regularly receive his counsel on general corporate and compliance matters, restructurings, corporate governance issues and public and private offerings of equity and debt securities.
Saudi Aramco, 2019
Greg represented Saudi Aramco in its US$69.1 billion acquisition of a 70% stake in Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) from the Public Investment Fund in Saudi Arabia.
Sempra Energy, 2017
Greg represented Sempra Energy (NYSE: SRE), a Fortune 500 energy services holding company, in its US$9.45 billion acquisition of Energy Future Holdings Corp., which indirectly owns 80% of Oncor Electric Delivery Company, LLC. The transaction, which created the largest utility holding company in the US, valued Oncor at US$18.8 billion. This transaction was named "M&A Deal of the Year" by The Deal in 2018.
Newmont Mining Corporation, 2019
Greg represented Newmont Mining Corporation (NYSE: NEM), a gold and copper producer based in the United States with operations worldwide, in its US$10 billion acquisition of Goldcorp Inc. (NYSE: GG, TSX: G), a Canadian senior gold producer.
Panasonic Corporation, 2019
Greg represented Panasonic Corporation on its 20% strategic equity investment in Blue Yonder, a leading US end-to-end supply chain software provider.
Hertz Global Holdings, Inc., 2018
Greg represented Hertz Global Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: HTZ) in connection with governance and compliance matters.
Greg represented Luxoft Holding, Inc. (NYSE: LXFT), a global technology services and consulting company headquartered in Switzerland, in its US$2 billion acquisition by DXC Technology Company.
NTT Data, 2019
Greg represented NTT DATA, Inc., a recognized leader in global technology services, in its acquisition of Net eSolutions Corp., a provider of digital design and transformation services for U.S. Department of Health and Human Services agencies.
NeuroDerm Ltd., 2017
Greg represented NeuroDerm Ltd. (NASDAQ: NDRM) in its US$1.1 billion sale to Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma Corporation.
Saudi Arabian Oil Company, 2016
Greg represented Saudi Refining, Inc. (SRI), a wholly owned subsidiary of 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.
Qingdao Haier, 2016
Greg represented Qingdao Haier, a company that is 41% owned by the leading Chinese home appliance manufacturer Haier Group Corp., in its US$5.4 billion acquisition of GE's appliance business, through an auction process. The transaction was named "Cross-border M&A Deal of the Year" by The M&A Advisor 2017.
Panasonic Corporation, 2015
Greg represented Panasonic Corporation in the US$1.545 billion acquisition of Hussmann Corporation, a Missouri-based manufacturer of refrigerated display cases and systems, from shareholders, including Clayton, Dubilier and Rice LLC.
Vale S.A., 2018
Greg represented Vale S.A. (NYSE: VALE), a Brazilian mining company and the largest producer of iron ore and nickel in the world, in its US$550 million acquisition of Brazilian iron ore miner, Ferrous Resources Limited.
Regal Beloit US$1.44 billion acquisition, 2014
Greg represented Regal Beloit Corporation (NYSE: RBC), a leading global manufacturer of electric motors, mechanical and electrical motion controls and power generation products, in its US$1.44 billion acquisition of the Power Transmissions Solutions business of Emerson Electric Co. (NYSE: EMR).
Hess Corporation, 2010 – 2014
Greg has represented Hess Corporation in numerous transactions over many years, including the US$850 million disposition of its US East Coast and St. Lucia terminal network to Buckeye Partners; the sale of interests in Bayonne Energy Center and Newark Energy Center; and the acquisition of American Oil & Gas.
Hovensa L.L.C., 2015
Greg represented Hovensa L.L.C., a US Virgin Islands company and a joint venture formed by Hess Corp. and Petróleos de Venezuela in the sale of substantially all of its petroleum terminalling assets pursuant to Sections 363 and 365 of the Bankruptcy Code, to a subsidiary of ArcLight Capital Partners, LLC.
Federal-Mogul Corporation acquisition of Affinia Group, 2014
Greg represented Federal-Mogul Corporation, a public company controlled by Carl Icahn and listed on the NASDAQ, in its acquisition of Affinia Group, Inc.'s chassis components business.
Roust Trading's acquisition of Central European Distribution Corporation, 2013
Greg represented Roust Trading Ltd. (RTL), an affiliate of Russian Standard Corporation, in connection with RTL's investment in and acquisition of Central European Distribution Corporation through a chapter 11 bankruptcy restructuring. The transaction was recognized as a "standout" transaction by The Financial Times.
Dynegy debt restructuring, 2012
Greg served as legal advisor to Dynegy Inc. with respect to the corporate aspects of the chapter 11 restructuring of approximately US$4 billion of debt obligations.
Golfsmith sale, 2012
Greg represented Golfsmith International Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: GOLF), a specialty retailer of golf equipment and related apparel and accessories with 85 retail locations across the United States, in its auction and resulting sale to Golf Town USA Holdings Inc.
Acergy's US$8.8 billion combination with Subsea 7, 2011
Greg advised Acergy S.A. on its combination with Subsea 7 Inc. to create a US$8.8 billion global leader in seabed-to-surface engineering and construction.
Calpine's US$1.65 billion acquisition, 2010
Greg advised Calpine Corporation in its US$1.65 billion purchase of Pepco Holdings' Conectiv Energy fleet, including 18 operating power plants and one plant under construction.
The Chapter 11 restructuring of Visteon Corporation, 2010
Greg advised a consortium of institutional bondholders, including Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs, with respect to the acquisition of significant equity interests through the chapter 11 restructuring of Visteon Corporation, one of the world's largest suppliers of automotive parts.
Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation and its subsidiary International-Matex Tank Terminals LLC, 2017
Greg represented Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation and its subsidiary International-Matex Tank Terminals LLC, in its US$171.5 million acquisition of Epic Midstream LLC, an independent liquid bulk storage and logistics solutions provider.
Macquarie Infrastructure Partners, 2017
Greg represented Macquarie Infrastructure Partners in its sale of Marlin Intermediate HoldCo Inc., the indirect parent company of Waste Industries USA, Inc., a provider of solid non-hazardous waste services in the southeast and mid-Atlantic United States.
Generation Brands restructuring, 2010
Greg represented Generation Brands Holdings, Inc., a leading supplier in the residential lighting market and a portfolio company of Quad-C, in connection with its pre-packaged Chapter 11 restructuring of approximately US$386 million in debt allowing Quad-C to maintain its controlling equity position.
Natural Products Group, LLC restructuring, 2010
Greg represented Natural Products Group, LLC and certain of its subsidiaries, including Arbonne International, LLC and Levlad, LLC, leaders in the manufacture and distribution of personal care products under the Arbonne and Nature's Gate brands, in connection with their restructuring of approximately US$746 million in debt pursuant to a prepackaged Chapter 11 plan of reorganization.
ABB Ltd., 2007
Greg advised ABB Ltd., one of the world's leading power and automation technology companies, in the sale of its Lummus global upstream petrochemical business for US$950 million and its US$2.2 billion public acquisition of Elsag Bailey Process Automation N.V.
Delphi Corporation's restructuring, 2007
Greg advised Appaloosa Management and Harbinger Capital Partners as the leaders of a consortium of financial institutions including Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch and UBS Securities in their efforts to restructure US auto parts maker Delphi Corporation.
Leading Individual for M&A in the United States, Euromoney, 2020
Leading individual for M&A in the United States, Who's Who Legal, 2020
Recognized Individual for M&A: Large Deals, Legal 500 USA, 2020
Named "M&A Legal Advisor of the Year", M&A Advisor, 2016