LONDON, November 1, 2022 – Proskauer, a leading international law firm, is pleased to welcome Liam Arthur as a partner and member of the Mergers & Acquisitions Practice in London.
Liam advises on a broad spectrum of corporate transactions, with particular experience in counselling private funds, sovereign wealth funds and other financial sponsors on M&A, leveraged buyouts, equity investments, consortium transactions, joint ventures, and on distressed situations.
“We are delighted to welcome Liam back to the Proskauer team,” said Steven Davis, co-head of our global M&A practice and co-head of the London office. “We have a steady flow of deals in mergers & acquisitions at the moment and Liam will be indispensable in contributing to their success.”
Liam received his B.A. from Trinity College, Dublin, and his Diploma in Legal Studies and B.L. from King's Inns, Dublin. He joins from William Fry and was previously with Proskauer for six years.
Proskauer has also welcomed a number of partners in London of late. Frazer Money joined the tax practice, Adrian Cohen joined the restructuring practice, Barry Newman joined in the Finance practice, Rebecca Villarreal joined as a partner in the M&A practice, Peter Olds joined in the Private Funds Group, and Steven Baker joined the Litigation Department.
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Proskauer has one of the premier global mergers and acquisitions practices. The Firm has advised on some of the most complex M&A transactions across a range of industries. Recent representations include representing the Patrick D. Bowlen Trust and related entities in the $4.65 billion sale of the Denver Broncos to the Walton-Penner family; advising long-time client Stamps.com in its $6.6 billion acquisition by leading software investment firm, Thoma Bravo; representing Accor in connection with its exclusive negotiations with Ennismore to form the world’s leading lifestyle operator in the hospitality sector; and counseling Grifols and its affiliate Biomat in a $1 billion investment by the Singaporean Sovereign Wealth Fund GIC.