Adam K. Weinstein represents large-cap and middle-market private equity funds and their portfolio companies in leveraged acquisitions, mergers, strategic investments, growth financings and similar transactions. For the last twenty plus years, Mr. Weinstein has served as lead counsel to a mega-cap private equity fund and its affiliates and portfolio companies in many of its complex, global leveraged buyout carve-out transactions and public company acquisitions.
Practice & Background
Mr. Weinstein is also actively involved in advising private equity investors in the management of their portfolio companies, including:
- liquidity events, including private sales and public offerings, add-on acquisitions and investments, divestitures, strategic joint ventures and alliances
- liquidity rights, including drag along rights, forced sale arrangements, tag-along rights, put and call rights, rights of first refusal and rights of first offer
- corporate governance rights, including board election rights, board and board committee composition and board and shareholder voting rights, including minority and other shareholder protections
- day-to-day executive compensation, labor and employment, environmental, tax, intellectual property and litigation matters.
Mr. Weinstein is a member of the Advisory Board for the Harvard Law School Program on Corporate Governance. He received his B.S. in 1988 from Cornell University and his J.D. cum laude in 1994 from Fordham University, where he is a member of the Dean’s Strategic Planning Commission.