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ehartz@winstead.com

Ehren Hartz is a member of Winstead’s Corporate, Securities/Mergers & Acquisitions Practice Group. Counseling both public and private companies in a variety of industries, he focuses on general corporate matters including commercial transactions, mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings and corporate governance. Ehren has served, and continues to serve, as outside general counsel for multiple companies and routinely manages both day-to-day legal matters and company-wide projects and initiatives for these companies. He has considerable experience in the airline industry, working closely with both business units and in-house counsel of Fortune 500 companies in his industry. His international experience includes Japan, the United Kingdom, Italy, France, Germany and numerous Caribbean islands.

Representative Experience

  • Aviation, airline and travel industry transactions 
  • Securities Exchange Act of 1934 reporting disclosures 
  • Acquisitions and dispositions of both assets and stock of privately and publicly-held companies 
  • Equipment procurement and sales transactions 
  • Business process outsourcing transactions 
  • Commercial transactions 
  • Preparation for, representation during and exit from bankruptcy 
  • Dispositions and acquisitions of securities and assets in bankruptcy 
  • Representation of U.S. and foreign companies in cross-border transactions 
  • General corporate matters

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