Since 2017, the Mergers & Acquisitions Committee of the Business Law Section has strived to be a meaningful resource for its members, Business Law Section members, and NYSBA members at large.
Focusing on the multidisciplinary, and industry-spanning nature of the practice of M&A law, our goal is to bring substantive and market-relevant programming to practitioners that can be leveraged by them daily in their own roles.
Our highly-rated seminars typically highlight current issues arising in different facets of the M&A practice, and, drawing on the experience of top practitioners in law firms and in-house positions alike, often walk participants through the entire life-cycle of the M&A transaction with a focus on the specific topic of the day.
Committee leadership also values the opportunity to use the work of the Committee as a forum for meaningful networking and practice development for its members.
The Committee is Chaired by David R. Lallouz, Head of M&A and Chief Legal Officer at Bruderman, who brings to the Committee 20+ years of experience running M&A transactions across a multitude of industries in the US and abroad.
David R. Lallouz
Chief Legal Officer
Bruderman & Co.’s Merchant Banking Division
New York, NY
David R. Lallouz is the Chief Legal Officer of Bruderman & Co.’s Merchant Banking Division, Head of Mergers and Acquisitions at Bruderman & Co, and chair of the Mergers and Acquisitions Committee of the Business Law Section of the New York State Bar Association.
Mr. Lallouz leads the structuring, negotiation and implementation of Bruderman’s acquisitions and other corporate transactions. Prior to joining Bruderman, Mr. Lallouz, spent two decades in private practice, most recently as Partner at a prominent New York City law firm, handling well over a hundred M&A, private equity and venture capital transactions throughout that time, across a broad range of industries, on both the buy-side and sell-side.
Mr. Lallouz’s practice has been heavily focused in the life sciences, financial services, consumer products, and technology industries, advising on dozens of transactions in those fields.
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