Dallas
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rward@winstead.com

Rob Ward is a member of Winstead's Corporate, Securities/Mergers & Acquisitions Practice Group. He has experience working with asset and equity acquisitions as well as acquisitions related to oil and gas, technology and tax consulting.

Representative Experience

  • Represented an oil and gas services company in acquisition of producer of drilling products
  • Represented a tax consulting and services firm in multiple acquisitions of tax consulting firms
  • Representation of a regional grocery store chain with a reorganization and subsequent foreign investment
  • Represented an oil and gas services company in a reorganization and sale of its two lines of business
  • Represented a publicly traded airline company in general commercial contract and corporate matters
  • Represented an oil and gas company in general commercial contract and corporate matters
  • Represented an investment firm in connection with joint venture in healthcare industry
  • Represented custom injection molding and manufacturing company in sale of its business to private equity group
  • Represented an oil and gas exploration company in connection with investment my mezzanine lender
  • Represented a software company in sale of its business to private equity group
  • Represented a car service company in general commercial contract and corporate matters
  • Represented a national movie theater chain in general corporate matters

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