Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright today announced that Ted Kamman, a corporate lawyer with a focus on private equity investments, has joined its New York office as a partner.
Kamman, who joins from Sidley Austin LLP, possesses more than 25 years of experience working on cross-border transactions under the laws of more than 20 different countries, including private equity investments, tender offers and mergers for public companies, private M&A, joint ventures and various types of securities offerings.
In addition to strategic buyers and sellers, Kamman has represented numerous private equity funds in a range of sectors, including banking and finance, asset management, funds, leasing, real estate, biotech, agriculture, telecommunications, aerospace, automotive and unionized steel.
Jeff Cody, Norton Rose Fulbright's US Managing Partner, said:
"Ted is highly regarded for his work in domestic and international private equity transactions. Ted is an excellent lawyer, and he is a perfect fit for our cross-border service offering. We are excited to have him join our strong corporate team in New York."
Scarlet McNellie, Norton Rose Fulbright's US Head of Corporate, M&A and Securities, commented:
"Ted has advised on many high-profile, billion-dollar transactions, including complex cross-border deals involving France, England, Japan, China, Brazil, Russia and Morocco. Our clients will greatly benefit from his versatility as well as his vast international experience."
Kamman, a director on the board of the Association of Marshall Scholars, said:
"My clients are expanding their business interests all over the world. Because of Norton Rose Fulbright's attractive global platform, I have already identified immediate cross-border opportunities to capitalize upon."
Licensed to practice in New York, Kamman earned his JD at the Columbia University School of Law, his masters in international relations from Oxford University and his BA from Pomona College. He is fluent in French and Russian.