Tyler Thiret is an associate in the Mergers and Acquisitions and Venture Capital/Emerging Growth Company practices at Paul Hastings and is based in the firm's New York office.
Mr. Thiret represents both public and private companies in mergers and acquisitions, debt and equity financings, as well as corporate governance and general business advisory matters. He has worked on transactions covering a wide range of industries, including media and entertainment, hospitality, biotechnology, FinTech, pharmaceuticals, industrial/mechanical, and consumer products.
Mr. Thiret received his law degree from UCLA School of Law in 2017, where he served as the President of the Law and Entrepreneurship Association. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree (cum laude ), in Political Science from the University of Notre Dame in 2012.
- Smarter, Faster, Stronger: A New Suite of VC Model Documents, Law360; Lexology (May 2018)
Represented experiential hospitality leader On Location Experiences in the sale of a majority stake of On Location Experiences to talent and media agency holding company, Endeavor Group.
Represented Live Nation Entertainment in its acquisition of a majority stake in David Grutman's Groot Hospitality.
Advised On Location Experiences in connection with its acquisition of Future Beat, LLC, a leading provider of VIP concert experiences for the live music industry
Advised HC2 Holdings, a diversified holding company, and its operating subsidiary DBM Global in the acquisition of GrayWolf Industrial, a premier specialty maintenance, repair, and installation service provider
Advised Canopy Growth Corporation in connection with its acquisition of the assets of ebbu, Inc., a Colorado-based hemp research leader
Advised Scilex Holding Company in its acquisition of Semnur Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Advised Deerfield Management in connection with various debt and equity investments
Advised Canopy Rivers Inc. in connection with various debt and equity investments
Advised Digitalis Ventures in connection with various debt and equity investments