Austin
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aallemann@winstead.com

Alex Allemann concentrates his practice in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, and general corporate and securities matters. Alex works with emerging growth companies throughout their life cycle, from formation, through financing, to successful liquidity event, whether acquisition, recapitalization or public offering.  He has extensive experience counseling issuers and investors in public and private equity and debt financings. Alex also regularly represents financial and strategic buyers and investors in connection with their acquisition strategies.

In addition, Alex regularly works with emerging venture fund and studio fund sponsors in connection with all aspects of structuring, fund raising and portfolio company investments.

Following his graduation from the University of Texas School of Law, Alex served as law clerk for the Honorable James H. Michael, U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia, in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Co-author of the WinTech blog, which provides legal insight for start-up and established technology businesses.

Representative Experience

  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • New business formation, development, funding and strategy
  • Emerging venture and studio fund sponsor representation
  • Public and private equity offerings 
  • Corporate governance and securities law compliance 

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