Todd Finger represents clients in the full range of corporate transactions and financings, including mergers, stock and asset purchases and sales, leveraged buyout transactions, venture capital investments, joint ventures, restructurings and recapitalizations. Todd advises clients with interests and operations in the life sciences, consumer products, food and beverages, entertainment and media, and fashion and apparel industries, among other sectors. Todd is head of the New York office’s Transactions Practice Group. Todd is also a member of the Firm-wide Management Committee.
In addition to his corporate and operating company clients, Todd negotiates financings and transactions on behalf of private equity and venture capital firms with respect to their investments in public and private companies.
Earlier in his career, Todd worked at the White House under President William J. Clinton in the Office of Scheduling and Advance.
Todd is also a member of our legal cannabis industry group. Our Cannabis Industry group is a multidisciplinary team of lawyers providing clients with regulatory, litigation, intellectual property, trade and tax services with respect to their investments and participation in the cannabis industry, all subject to the Firm’s obligations under federal and state laws and bar licensure rules.
The Legal 500 US 2019-2022, Leading Lawyer, M&A: Middle-Market Deals
Board member of, and outside general counsel to, Blue Star Families, a nonprofit organization which created a platform where military family members can join with civilian communities and leaders to address the challenges of military life
New York University School of Law, JD, 1997
Emory University, BBA, with distinction, 1994
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