Kramer Levin recruits Kirkland private equity partner Adi Herman
Kramer Levin has recruited Kirkland & Ellis’ New York-based private equity and M&A partner Adi Herman.
Herman (pictured) joined Kirkland & Ellis in 2010, he had been a partner with the firm for three-and-a-half years.
His areas of expertise include domestic and cross-border transactional and corporate matters, with a particular focus on the private equity sector.
He has advised private equity sponsors and their portfolio companies, as well as public companies, on mergers and acquisitions, take-private transactions, dispositions, carve-outs, joint ventures and strategic partnerships, recapitalizations and restructurings, and corporate governance. He also advised sponsors on growth capital investments and pre-IPO financings.
Kramer Levin co-managing partners Paul H. Schoeman and Howard T. Spilko said: “Adi is an excellent addition to our growing private equity and M&A practices, and we are pleased to welcome him to Kramer Levin.”
James J. Moriarty and Ernest S. Wechsler, co-chairs of the firm’s corporate department, said: “Kramer Levin is experiencing high demand for its M&A services from both private equity sponsors and strategic clients. Adi’s impressive M&A track record and knowledge of sophisticated private equity deal-making align well with the tailored solutions and high-quality, practical advice we provide to our clients, and we couldn’t be more excited that he is joining us.”
Meanwhile, Herman commented: “Kramer Levin is a go-to firm for middle-market M&A, which is a perfect match for my practice. This is a fantastic opportunity to further develop my practice and to help expand upon Kramer Levin’s exceptional transactional platform.”
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