Roger Morscheiser is a partner in the Mergers & Acquisitions practice.
Roger represents clients on a variety of significant and complex domestic and cross-border M&A transactions, both public and private, with a particular focus on servicing clients in the sports, chemicals, industrials, healthcare sectors.
- Dow Chemical in its spin-off from DowDuPont; its $5 billion Reverse Morris Trust transaction with Olin for the Chlor-Alkali and Derivatives business; its $4.8 billion strategic ownership restructuring of Dow Corning; its auction sale of its polypropylene licensing & catalysts business to W. R. Grace; and its auction sale of the global polypropylene business to Braskem
- LyondellBasell Industries N.V. on its acquisition of A. Schulman, Inc., a company listed on Nasdaq, for $2.25 billion
- Fenway Sports Group in a variety of matters including its ownership of The Boston Red Sox, Liverpool FC and New England Sports Network
- Novartis on its $3.9 billion acquisition of Nasdaq-listed Advanced Accelerator Applications, a radiopharmaceutical company that develops, produces and commercializes Molecular Nuclear Medicines
- American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings, Inc. in connection with its $1.6 billion cash and stock acquisition of Metaldyne Performance Group Inc., its acquisition of USM’s Mexican operations and in ongoing general corporate matters
- WebMD Health Corp in its sale to KKR in a $2.8 billion tender offer
- GMS Tenshi Holdings in its purchase of convertible preferred stock and warrants from Oncobiologics Inc.
- Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) on the sale of NYFIX and Metabit, both units of NYSE Technologies, to ULLINK, a provider of electronic trading and connectivity solutions to the financial community
- Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) on the sale of Wombat Financial Software, a unit of NYSE Technologies, to SR Labs
- Investor group in its bid to purchase the Los Angeles Dodgers
- Bank of America in its sale of Strategic Partners Corp. to Partners Group and Avista Capital Partners
- Brick City Sports in the sale of its interests in the New Jersey Devils and the Prudential Center
- Citigroup Inc. in the acquisition from Capital One Financial Corporation of credit card receivables and accounts related to Best Buy Co. Inc.’s existing credit card program and in the negotiation of program agreements with retailers for the creation of credit card programs
- B/E Aerospace in its acquisition of UFC Aerospace, Inc.
- Heartware International in its acquisition of World Heart Corporation
- Thomson Reuters in its auction sale of BarBri to a private equity buyer
New York Law School
Washington and Lee University