Taylor Berman focuses his practice on corporate advisory and securities matters. He represents buyers, sellers and issuers in general corporate law and corporate governance matters commercial transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, and public and private offerings. Taylor also provides general corporate counseling regarding corporate governance and other corporate law matters.
During law school, Taylor served as a certified legal intern for the Honorable Jonathan Goodman, Magistrate Judge for the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida, where he researched and drafted orders on various motions pending before the court.
While in law school, Taylor served as a general editor of the Florida Journal of International Law and was a member of the Florida Moot Court Team. Taylor also served as a teaching assistant for legal writing and appellate advocacy.
Represented a private equity fund in its formation of a cybersecurity and data center colocation joint venture with another international private equity firm via the acquisition of data centers and four portfolio companies for approximately $2.8 billion*
Represented a publicly traded HVAC-R equipment distributor in connection with a secondary offering of approximately $609 million of its common stock*
Represented a publicly traded medical device company in its approximately $737 million sale to a global private equity firm*
Represented a privately held equipment finance company in an approximately $130 million sale to a publicly traded bank*
Represented a privately held company that connects independent call center businesses to large companies for on-demand customer service in its approximately $86 million acquisition by a private equity firm*
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