ProfessionalsMeghan E. Fox
A counsel in the Executive Compensation Department, Meghan focuses on employee benefits and executive compensation matters, including mergers and acquisitions, IPOs and restructurings. Meghan also advises public and private companies on the design, implementation and administration of equity and cash compensation arrangements, the negotiation of executive employment and severance agreements and related corporate governance, regulatory compliance and disclosure matters.
Meghan’s private equity clients include Apollo Global Management, CI Capital Partners, Kohlberg & Co., Oak Hill Capital Partners and Wellspring Capital, as well as a number of their portfolio companies.
Meghan’s representative matters include:
- AM Conservation in its merger with Franklin Energy, a Wisconsin-based company that designs and implements energy efficiency programs for utility, state and municipality clients
- Interstate Hotels and Resorts in its merger with Aimbridge Hospitality, a Texas-based hotel management company
- Sunspire Health in its acquisition of Meadows Behavioral Healthcare, an Arizona-based rehabilitation provider
- General Atlantic in its acquisition of leading global beauty brand Too Faced Cosmetics
- Taylor Morrison Home Corporation in its
- $2.4 billion acquisition of William Lyon Homes; and
- initial public offering
- Time Warner Cable in its
- $78.7 billion merger with Charter Communications; and
- Terminated US$45.2 billion stock-for-stock merger with Comcast Corporation
- ADT Inc. in its initial public offering
- Ariad Pharmaceuticals, Inc., in its approximately $5.2 billion acquisition by Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited, a Japan-based global, research and development-driven pharmaceutical company
- Diamond Offshore in their chapter 11 cases in the Southern District of Texas
- Special Committee of the Board of Directors of CBS in its $40 billion merger with Viacom to form ViacomCBS Inc.
- Kate Spade & Company in its $2.4 billion acquisition by Coach, Inc.
- The Chatterjee Group in its $2.725 billion joint acquisition of the Lummus Technology, a New Jersey-based company engaged in technologies in the hydrocarbon industry and a division of McDermott International, Inc., in connection with the company’s chapter 11 case