Daniel N. Zucker focuses his practice on federal and state tax matters, with particular emphasis on structuring mergers and acquisitions, tax-free reorganizations, tax-free spin-offs and split-offs, and restructurings of financially troubled companies. He also advises closely held businesses on tax planning issues with a special focus on Subchapter S corporations. Daniel is co-chair of the Tax Department’s Acquisitions & Restructurings Group.
Represented Rogers Corporation (NYSE: ROG) in its $157 million acquisition of Arlon, LLC, a subsidiary of Handy & Harman Ltd. (NASDAQ: HNH)
Represented H.I.G. Capital and its affiliated in connection with the $125 million acquisitions of Fox River Fiber Company, LLC
Represented Comvest Partners in connection with the acquisition of McKesson Corporation’s care management business
Represented Levy Acquisition Corp., a special-purpose acquisition company, in connection with its acquisition of Del Taco Holdings, Inc.
Represented Gerresheimer AG in its €196 million sale of its pharmaceutical glass tubing business to Corning Incorporated
Represented Fireman Capital Partners in connection with its acquisition of two separate Dunkin’ Donuts franchise networks in Florida, forming the largest Dunkin’ Donuts franchise network in the Dunkin’ Donuts system
Represented Goldman, Sachs & Co. in connection with its investment in Dermatology Associates of Wisconsin, S.C., a large Wisconsin-based dermatology practice management business with operations in Wisconsin, Iowa, Indiana and Michigan
Represented Olam International Limited (SGX:O32) in its acquisition of the worldwide cocoa business of Archer Daniels Midland Company for $1.3 billion
Represented Surgery Center Holdings, Inc., a portfolio company of H.I.G. Capital, in its $792 million add-on acquisition of Symbion Holdings Corporation
Represented Meredith Corporation (NYSE: MDP) in its $175 million acquisition of Allrecipes.com from The Reader’s Digest Association
Represented Fila Korea Ltd. and Mirae Asset Private Equity in connection with their $1.2 billion acquisition of the Acushnet golf business from Fortune Brands, Inc.
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