Samuel (Sam) Goodman focuses his practice on mergers and acquisitions and corporate advisory matters, primarily representing private equity sponsors and their portfolio companies. Sam also provides general corporate counseling to emerging companies on business formation, planning and restructuring and capital raising.
Represented private equity firm Nautic Partners, LLC in its acquisition of Harrington Industrial Plastics, LLC, a leading US-based distributor of industrial plastic piping products
Represented a private equity fund in the $130 million sale of its portfolio company, a US-based provider of health care performance improvement services, to a private equity fund*
Represented a NASDAQ-listed medical device company, in its $740 million take private sale to a private equity fund*
Represented a NYSE-listed installer and distributor of insulation materials, in its $475 million and $21 million acquisitions of privately held competitors*
Represented WindRose Health Investors, LLC, a leading health care-focused private equity firm, in its sale of Trust Healthcare Consulting Services, LLC, a provider of health information management, remote and outsourced coding, and compliance monitoring services for healthcare providers to a portfolio company of The Carlyle Group
Represented a global provider of paper-based packaging products, in the $143 million sale of its remaining 70 percent interest in a joint venture with a NYSE-listed diversified global packaging company*
Represented a NASDAQ-listed pharmaceutical company focused on women’s health care as issuer’s counsel, in its $76 million underwritten public offering of the company’s common stock, and its $65 million underwritten public offering and concurrent $20 million registered direct offering of the company’s common stock*
Represented a NASDAQ-listed diversified healthcare company as issuer’s counsel, in its underwritten public offering of $200 million principal amount of convertible senior notes and concurrent share borrowing arrangement of up to 30 million shares of the company’s common stock*
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