Joe Sulzbach is a partner in the Corporate Department, focusing on mergers and acquisitions and private equity. Joe has represented numerous public and private entities in a variety of transactions, including domestic and cross-border merger and acquisition transactions, private equity transactions, joint ventures and corporate governance matters. He has advised a broad range of clients across industries, including technology, media and telecom (TMT), industrial, chemicals, consumer goods and retail, energy, healthcare and pharmaceuticals and real estate.

Joe received his J.D. magna cum laude from Hofstra University School of Law, where he was an associate editor for the Hofstra Law Review. He received his B.A. from Gettysburg College.

Select examples of Mr. Sulzbach’s experience include the following:

In the Overview, please replace the entire bullet point list of experience with the follows:

  • Marrone Bio Innovations in its $244 million acquisition by Bioceres Crop Solutions Corp. in a stock-for-stock merger.
  • Solomon Partners as financial advisor to Aries I Acquisition Corporation, a publicly traded special purpose acquisition company, in its business combination with Infinite Assets, Inc.
  • Paine Schwartz Partners, a global leader in sustainable food chain investing, in its new platform investment in Registrar Corp., a leading provider of supply chain compliance software and services to domestic and foreign food & beverage, medical device, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic customers.
  • Silver Crest Acquisition Corporation (NASDAQ: SLCR), a publicly traded special purpose acquisition company, in its US$1.4 billion business combination with TH International Limited (Tims China), a master franchisee and operator of Tim Hortons coffee shops in China.
  • Sky Harbour LLC, a developer of private aviation infrastructure focused on building, leasing, and managing business aviation hangars, in its business combination agreement with Yellowstone Acquisition Company (NASDAQ: YSAC, YSACU, and YSACW), a publicly traded SPAC sponsored by Boston Omaha Corporation (NASDAQ:BOMN). The combined company will have an implied pro forma equity market value of approximately $777 million at closing.
  • SoftBank Group Corp. as the largest investor in WeWork in WeWork’s agreement to merge with BowX Acquisition Corp., a special purpose acquisition company, in a transaction that values WeWork at an initial enterprise value of approximately $9 billion.
  • Leading provider of patient access and engagement platform in its sale to a publicly listed company.
  • Exantas Capital Corp. in the acquisition of its external management contract by ACRES Capital Corp. from C-III Capital Partners and $375 million financing from MassMutual and Oaktree Capital Management.
  • NTT Communications Corporation and Secure-24 in the acquisition of SymSoft Holding Inc. and Symmetry Holding Inc. from Symmetry Holdings, LLC, a portfolio company of Great Hill Equity Partners.
  • Qatalyst Partners as financial advisor to CA, Inc. in its $18.9 billion sale to Broadcom.
  • Kirin Holdings Company, Limited in its acquisition of approximately 40% of the capital stock of Thorne Holding Corp.
  • JERA in its sale of a minority interest in Cricket Valley Energy Center to Development Bank of Japan.
  • Rao’s Specialty Foods, Inc. in its sale to Sovos Brands, an affiliate of funds managed by Advent International.
  • JERA in the acquisition of a 43% stake in Cricket Valley Energy Center, the developer of a 1,000MW natural gas-fired power plant located in Dover, New York.
  • Renesas Electronics in its $3.2 billion acquisition of Intersil Corporation.
  • Ducera Securities as financial advisor to Monsanto Company in its $66 billion sale to Bayer AG.
  • DaVita HealthCare Partners in its acquisition of Renal Ventures Limited.
  • Inovalon Holdings, Inc. in its acquisition of Creehan Holding Co., Inc.
  • Inovalon Holdings, Inc. in its acquisition of Avalere Health, Inc.
  • GLP Pte. Ltd. in the acquisition of a $4.55 billion U.S. logistics portfolio from Industrial Income Trust.
  • JLB Group, LLC in its acquisition of Sneakz, LLC.
  • Futamura Chemical Co., Ltd. in its acquisition of the cellulose business of Innovia Films.
  • Kirin Holdings Company, Limited in its acquisition of approximately 24.5% of the capital stock of The Brooklyn Brewery Corporation.
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