Overview

Jeremy Zucker is an associate in Mayer Brown’s New York office. Jeremy has a broad transactional practice, focusing on mergers and acquisitions, capital markets transactions and corporate governance matters. He advises public and private companies, including private equity funds, in connection with mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, going-private transactions, joint ventures and restructurings, as well as investments and financings involving a wide range of debt, equity and hybrid securities. His experience includes work in a variety of industries, including life sciences, industrials, energy and infrastructure, insurance, financial institutions, technology and telecommunications, real estate and media and entertainment.

Experience

Jeremy’s representative matters include:

Life Sciences

  • Progenics Pharmaceuticals in its pending merger with Lantheus Holdings
  • Strongbridge Biopharma in its sale of Macrilen to Novo Nordisk for $145 million plus royalties and the related $36.7 million equity investment by Novo Nordisk in Strongbridge Biopharma
  • the underwriters in the $130 million follow-on equity offering of eHealth

Industrials

  • Altas Partners and its portfolio company Dubois Chemicals in the acquisition of the assets and equity comprising the Cimcool business from Milacron, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hillenbrand
  • Air Products in its $3.8 billion sale of the performance materials division of its materials technologies segment to Evonik
  • WABCO Holdings in its $7 billion sale to ZF Friedrichshafen
  • Boral Limited in its $950 million senior notes offering

Energy and Infrastructure

  • Argo Infrastructure Partners as lead investor in a $320 million preferred equity consortium investment in TierPoint, a leading provider of secure, connected data center and cloud solutions
  • Fortress Transportation & Infrastructure Investors in an offer to exchange membership interests of its subsidiary, Jefferson Investment Holdings, for substantially all of the interests owned by third party investors in Jefferson Terminal

Insurance and Financial Institutions

  • Randall & Quilter in the sale of $80 million of exchangeable preferred equity of its subsidiary to an investment fund affiliated with 777 Partners 
  • Green Bancorp in its $1 billion stock-for-stock merger with Veritex Holdings
  • TPG Capital and its portfolio company The Warranty Group in The Warranty Group’s $2.5 billion merger with Assurant
  • Selective Insurance Group in its $300 million senior notes offering
  • the underwriters in numerous secondary offerings by shareholders of Houlihan Lokey totaling more than $500 million

Technology and Telecommunications

  • Intelsat in its internal reorganization that resulted in the majority of its operations being owned by a U.S.-based partnership
  • Activision Blizzard in senior notes offerings totaling $2.7 billion
  • the initial purchasers in the $350 million convertible notes offering by Avaya Holdings
  • the initial purchasers and underwriters in the $600 million senior notes offering and $564 million follow-on equity offering by OpenText to finance a portion of the $1.62 billion purchase price for its acquisition of Dell EMC’s enterprise content division

Real Estate and Hospitality

  • Realogy Holdings Corp. in its $550 million senior notes offering
  • New Residential Investment Corp. in its $665 million follow-on equity offering
  • Arbor Realty Trust in numerous offerings of senior notes, convertible notes and common stock totaling over $500 million
  • Western Asset Mortgage Capital Corporation in its $68 million follow-on equity offering
  • the underwriters in numerous secondary offerings by shareholders of Extended Stay and ESH Hospitality totaling approximately $1.95 billion

Includes experience prior to joining Mayer Brown

Education

Duke University School of Law, JD, cum laude
Staff Editor, Duke Law Journal

The Ohio State University, BSBA

Admissions

  • New York