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The 24 Firms GCs Love the Most
June 28, 2016 — Law360

Crowell Works Offering by Signature Group
December 3, 2014 — Daily Journal; December 30, 2014 — San Francisco Daily Journal

The Daily Journal highlights Crowell & Moring in the paper's "Dealmaker" column for the firm’s representation of Signature Group Holdings Inc. (SGH), a Sherman-Oaks-based holding company, as it offered 3.7 million shares of common stock in an underwritten public offering. The firm provided additional representation when SGH offered over four million shares of common stock for $6.50 per share. San Francisco-based senior counsel, Murray A. Indick, served as counsel for SGH for both of these deals.


Dealmakers Q&A: Crowell & Moring's Bryan Brewer
September 19, 2014 — Law360

Washington, D.C.-based partner and co-chair of the firm's Corporate Group, Bryan Brewer, speaks with Law360 as part of their dealmaking movers and shakers Q&A series. Brewer shares his personal perspective on an array of questions such as what advice he would give to other inspiring dealmakers and what aspects of regulation affecting his practice are in need of reform. In response to what upcoming trends or under-the-radar areas of deal activity to anticipate, Brewer believes that, "Based on a competitive intelligence view of the market, we do not see divestitures or complete transformative transactions as ruling the deal landscape in the short term. For example, based on recent deal flow and other trend data, technology, pharmaceutical, medical, and biotech M&As have all demonstrated a strong opening in the first quarter of 2014, and we expect that to continue."


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Dealmakers Q&A: Crowell & Moring's Patrick Lynch
September 11, 2014 — Law360

Washington, D.C.-based Energy Group partner, Patrick W. Lynch, took part in Law360's "Dealmakers Q&A" series featuring dealmaking movers & shakers. As part of this series, Lynch shared his perspective on five intriguing questions pertaining to the most challenging deal he has worked on and other dealmakers who've impressed him. When asked about what advice he would give to other aspiring dealmakers, Lynch shared, "When negotiating the complex web of contracts that are part of a large infrastructure project, try and ask yourself "what if" for as many eventualities as could practically (or perhaps not so practically) occur."


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