As a member of Winstead's Corporate, Securities, Mergers & Acquisitions Practice Group, Justin Hoover's representative clients include privately-held entities, private equity firms, medical practitioner groups, commercial developers, family-owned businesses, and non-profit organizations. His corporate practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, federal and state securities laws, and entity formation. Justin also has extensive transactional experience in a wide variety of contractual matters, including those within the capital raising, healthcare and energy markets. He is one of a handful of Texas attorneys with considerable experience in the niche area of campaign finance law.
- M&A representation of privately-held clients including:
- Global software company in $240M equity sale to Fortune 200 acquiror and ancillary $24M asset sale to privately-held acquiror
- National architectural/engineering firm in $231M merger with NYSE-traded acquiror
- National veterinary product manufacturer/supplier in $23M asset sale to publicly-held French strategic buyer
- Regional insurance firm in $73M merger with North American insurance brokerage firm
- Regional steel distribution company in $25M sale to publicly-held Canadian strategic buyer
- Minority stockholder group in $17M stock sale of privately-held "software as a service" provider to NASDAQ-traded acquiror
- Minority stockholder group in $15M sale of geothermal assets to national recycled energy company
- M&A representation of private equity firms in their acquisition and divestiture of both controlling and minority interests in portfolio companies
- Formation of domestic corporations, limited partnerships and limited liability companies
- Private Private placement offerings for clients within the real estate, healthcare, energy and financial services industries
- General corporate representation of physicians and their professional associations, including entity formation, acquisitions/divestitures, operational issues, and buy-sell/succession matters
- General representation of state and federal PACs and other organizations, including applicable registration, reporting and regulatory matters
Justin is a contributing writer for Winstead’s Destination Health Law blog.