Gregory Pryor

White & Case (New York)
Lawyer (Partner)

Gregory Pryor is a senior lawyer with extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions and corporate counselling. Greg is head of White & Case’s Americas Mergers & Acquisitions and Corporate Practice. He represents corporations, their stakeholders and private equity funds in a wide range of complex domestic and cross-border acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures and leveraged buyouts. Clients benefit from his extensive experience in the corporate aspects of in-court and out-of-court restructurings. In addition, public and private corporations regularly receive his counsel on general corporate and compliance matters, restructurings, corporate governance issues and public and private offerings of equity and debt securities.

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Articles

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Gregory Pryor, J. William Dantzler The Delaware Supreme Court affirms a termination of merger agreement due to the inability of a party to deliver a necessary tax opinion (Energy Transfer / Williams)

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Resolving a dispute surrounding one of the largest M&A deals of 2015, the Delaware Supreme Court affirmed the Delaware Chancery Court’s decision allowing Energy Transfer Equity, L.P. to terminate its proposed acquisition of The Williams Companies, Inc. due to the inability of Energy (...)

George L. Paul, Gregory Pryor, Rebecca H. Farrington The US Department of Justice prohibits a merger between the two leading providers of ratings and reviews platforms that resulted in the elimination of meaningful competition in that sector, despite the fact that the transaction was non reportable (Bazaarvoice / PowerReviews)

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If you thought not having to report your proposed acquisition to the US Department of Justice and the US Federal Trade Commission meant never worrying about antitrust issues, think again. The DOJ’s recent pursuit of Bazaarvoice, Inc. in connection with its acquisition of PowerReviews, Inc. (...)

Gregory Pryor, Mark Mandel, Martin Toto, Olivier Brahmst A US District Court revives concern that some "club deals" could violate the antitrust laws (Bain Capital Partners)

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Companies that have participated in or plan to participate in joint bidding practices in the context of corporate acquisitions (otherwise known as “club deals”) may risk some unwanted antitrust scrutiny from shareholders and others. A recent decision by the United States District Court for the (...)

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