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Practice Areas Mergers and Acquisitions
Corporate & Securities
Private Client Group
Jeremy Stonehill concentrates his practice in corporate and securities matters, with special emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, and federal securities law compliance. Jeremy is experienced in negotiating and drafting merger and asset purchase agreements and corporate governance documents as well as preparing, reviewing and filing Security Act reports and Exchange Act reports.
JD, 1997, Loyola University of Chicago, magna cum laude
- Editor at Large, Loyola Chicago Law Review
BBA, 1992, University of Michigan, Accounting
State of New York
PROFESSIONAL AND CIVIC AFFILIATIONS
American Bar Association
Illinois State Bar Association
SPEECHES AND PUBLICATIONS“Sale of Stock,” Business Law Series Vol. IV: Mergers and Acquisitions, 2008 Supplement (IICLE, 2008) (with co-author James R. Asmussen).
Assisted in the negotiation and preparation of an FBO airport facilities sale.
Represented numerous clients in large-scale acquisition of amusement route operators and in capital raising efforts.
Assisted a securities lending and investing firm in structuring loan transactions and developing a loan program with respect to restricted stock.
Assisted a leading e-tailer with its $132 million initial public offering of common stock and listing on the Nasdaq Global Market.
Assisted in securing $9 million of PIPE financing for reporting company client.
Assisted in securing $19 million of PIPE financing for Capital Growth Systems, Inc.
Represented a media arts school in the formation, capitalization, and certification process.
Prepared $400 million revolving credit facility for publicly traded company.
Assisted in securing $26.5 million of PIPE financing for Think Partnership, Inc.
Managed the process enabling a publicly traded company to get listed on the American Stock Exchange.
Took publicly traded reporting company private via reverse stock split and issuer tender offer.
Managed the outsourcing process of the operation and maintenance of Chicago-owned materials recycling and recovery facilities.