Thomas Redekopp represents public and private companies in mergers and acquisitions and capital markets transactions. Mr. Redekopp also represents private equity firms, venture capital firms and other institutional investors with respect to their portfolio investments in operating companies.
Additionally, he serves as clients’ outside general counsel and advises them on securities law, corporate law, contract law, corporate governance and other corporate matters.
Mr. Redekopp has represented companies operating in the technology (including education technology, information technology, technology consulting, enterprise software, electronics, photonics and specialty materials), life sciences, renewable and clean energy, construction and utilities sectors.
Mr. Redekopp is passionate about M&A and eagerly consumes M&A developments. He frequently assists boards of directors, special committees and transaction committees in M&A, including in assessing and managing actual and potential conflicts of interests of directors, officers and investment bankers.
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- An analytics-based performance marketing company focused on the education industry in its sale to a global private equity-backed digital marketing and lead generation company.
- A not-for-profit college with respect to its secondary sale of limited partnership interests.
- BlueCat Networks (USA) Inc. (a provider of enterprise Domain Name Servers (DNS), Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) and IP Address Management (IPAM) solutions) in its sale to Madison Dearborn Partners, LLC (a private equity firm).
- A leading public relations and strategic communications consulting firm focused on the healthcare industry in its $21.5 million sale to a global private equity-backed marketing and communications company.
- A developer of semiconductor memory in its sale to a public multinational developer of innovative memory solutions.
- Balchem Corporation in its $567 million acquisition of Performance Chemicals & Ingredients Company (d/b/a SensoryEffects) (a supplier of customized food and beverage ingredient systems).
- The Goldfield Corporation (a provider of electrical construction and maintenance services in the energy infrastructure industry) in its $7.25 million acquisition of C and C Power Line, Inc. (a full service, union electrical contractor).
- A developer and manufacturer of photonic components for optical networks in the $13.2 million sale of substantially all of its assets to two purchasers (including a global electronics manufacturer).
- A developer and manufacturer of rugged electronic systems in its acquisition of a private developer of open architecture-based computing platforms.
- Capital Markets
- Unitil Corporation in three of its subsidiaries’ $90 million private placement of senior unsecured notes.
- A private equity firm in its financing of a developer of underwater vehicles.
- Unitil Corporation in its $30.0 million private placement of senior unsecured notes.
- A provider of online portfolio management for early childhood education in its private placement of convertible promissory notes.
- Unitil Corporation in its $69.7 million underwritten public offering of common stock.
- A provider of online portfolio management for early childhood education in its private placement of preferred stock.
- Unitil Corporation in its subsidiary’s $15.0 million private placement of first mortgage bonds.
- A developer of specialty polymers and chemical intermediaries in its follow-on private placement of preferred stock.
- University of Toronto, LL.B., 1999
- University of Waterloo, B.App.Sc., Electrical Engineering, with first class honors, 1996
Admissions : Massachusetts
- American Bar Association
- Business Law Section
- Mergers and Acquisitions Committee
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