Global law firm K&L Gates LLP has added Bryce D. Linsenmayer as a corporate/M&A partner in the Houston office. He joins K&L Gates from Baker & Hostetler LLP.

With a focus on U.S. and cross-border mergers and acquisitions and securities law, Linsenmayer advises issuers and investment bankers in public offerings, strategic partnerships, and domestic and foreign private placements of debt and equity securities. He also counsels clients on corporate matters in the energy, cyber security, healthcare, environmental, and technology industries, and focuses a major part of his practice on advising corporate boards in insolvency and pre-insolvency situations. Linsenmayer advises on public offerings on the New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ, and London Stock Exchange, particularly on the AIM market for smaller cap companies, and served as the U.S. contributing editor to “A Practitioner’s Guide to the AIM Rules” (London, 2014).

“We are delighted to have Bryce Linsenmayer join K&L Gates in Houston,” said Randel Young, administrative partner of K&L Gates’ Houston office. “Bryce works extensively with AIM-listed companies investing and operating in the United States and internationally, and his substantial cross-border corporate and transactional experience brings even greater depth to our inbound and outbound investment practices, where Bryce will work closely with our colleagues in London and other European offices on a wide range of cross-border investments and transactions.

“In addition, we expect Bryce’s extensive experience in advising corporate boards in insolvency and restructuring situations to be particularly helpful to U.S. oil and gas and oilfield service/supply clients, who are facing some of the most challenging economic times in recent memory.”

Linsenmayer is the seventh new partner to join K&L Gates’ corporate/M&A practice in 2016, following the additions of Nick Humphrey, Hal Lloyd, and Daniel Atkin in Sydney, Fatiha El-Boubsi in Brussels, Ian Liao in Shanghai, and Michelle Repp in Pittsburgh. K&L Gates’ corporate/M&A practice is one of the most substantial in the legal industry, with lawyers in 45 offices across five continents assisting clients across a diverse array of sectors in the structuring, financing, and completion of domestic, international, and cross-border transactions.


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