Jeffrey Wolf is a partner in the Mergers & Acquisitions practice of Paul Hastings and is based in the firm's San Francisco office. Mr. Wolf has extensive experience in public and private mergers & acquisitions and related corporate governance matters. He has represented strategic and financial buyers and sellers in a wide range of public and private business combination transactions, including mergers, stock and asset acquisitions and divestitures, tender and exchange offers, minority investments, joint ventures, and corporate partnering transactions. He also has significant experience in cross-border transactions.
University of California, Berkeley, B.A. Political Science/German, Distinction in General Scholarship
University of California, Hastings College of the Law, J.D., cum laude
Sybase in its $5.8 billion sale to SAP America and its acquisition of the assets of Aleri
Shiseido Company Limited in its $1.7 billion tender offer for Bare Escentuals, Inc.
Francisco Partners in several transactions, including its (i) acquisition of the Source Photonics business unit of MRV Communications, (ii) acquisition through Electrical Components International of the Wire Harness Business of Viasystems Group, (iii) acquisition of Ex Libris Ltd., (iv) acquisition of the Grass Valley Broadcast Business from Technicolor, (v) acquisition of EF Johnson Technologies, Inc., (vi) acquisition of T-Systems, Inc., (vii) acquisition of AdvancedMD, (viii) acquisition of API Healthcare, (ix) acquisition of the Hover Davis, Universal Instruments Corporation, and Vitronics Soltec from Dover Corporation, (x) acquisition of Dmatek Ltd., (xi) disposition and restructuring of the indebtedness of its portfolio company, The CBA Group, (xii) leading the equity financing for Mitel Networks' acquisition of Inter-Tel, and (xiii) acquisition of Dairyland Healthcare Solutions (now known as Healthland)
Webtrends, a Francisco Partners portfolio company, in several transactions, including its acquisition of the assets of WideMile and disposition of the assets of its WebPosition product line to a management-led group
Attenti Holdings, Ltd. in its acquisition by 3M
Symphony Technology Group in its acquisitions of MSC-Software Corporation and the First Advantage division of CoreLogic, Inc.
Spansion in its acquisition of Saifun Semiconductors Ltd.
Electrical Components International in its acquisition of the Noma Wire and Cable Assembly Business of GenTek Inc.
GXS Holdings, Inc. in its merger with Inovis International, Inc.
Nokia Siemens Networks in its acquisition of Atrica, Inc.
The CBA Group in the sale of its subsidiary Vitronics Soltec to Illinois Tool Works
Aderant in its acquisition by Vista Equity Partners