Dealmakers Q&A: Baker Botts' John Martin

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John W. Martin is a corporate partner with Baker Botts LLP and serves as the partner-in-charge of the firm’s Palo Alto, California, office. He also serves on the firm’s executive committee and as the firmwide technology sector chairman. Martin has a diverse transactional practice with significant experience in mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, corporate governance, joint ventures, and sourcing transactions. His clients are concentrated in the technology, energy and manufacturing sectors.

Martin has extensive experience in representing both purchasers and sellers in complex M&A transactions involving both public and private companies. He also has substantial experience with private equity and venture capital transactions and regularly counsels clients regarding corporate governance and federal securities law. He regularly speaks about M&A issues and has been recognized in Chambers USA, Chambers Global, The Legal 500, The Best Lawyers in America, Who’s Who in American Law, and Northern California Super Lawyer.

Originally published in Law360 August 19, 2014.

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Topics:  Capital Markets, Corporate Governance, Corporate Sales Transactions, Joint Venture

Published In: General Business Updates, Mergers & Acquisitions Updates, Securities Updates

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