Practice/Industry Group Overview
Jones Day regularly represents nearly 100 private equity funds, including many of the leading funds in the United States and Europe.
Since 2007, we have completed nearly 1,000 private equity transactions. While we provide a wide range of services to our private equity, venture capital, and sovereign investor clients, our practice is focused on the representation of buyers and sellers in a variety of transactions, including privately negotiated transfers of shares or assets, leveraged buyouts, domestic and cross border take private transactions, bankruptcy buyouts, and other distressed M&A transactions. We consistently rank among the top law firms in private equity representations in most published league tables.
Private Equity clients represented by Jones Day include:
The Audax Group
AXA Private Equity
Bain Capital LLC
Baird Capital Partners
Bay Harbour Management LLC
Black Canyon Capital
The Blackstone Group
Blue Point Capital Partners
Brockway Moran & Partners
The Carlyle Group (Special Situations Fund)
Cerberus Capital Management, L.P.
Cortec Group, Inc.
Court Square Capital Partners
Cyprium Investment Partners
Draper Triangle Ventures
Hammond, Kennedy, Whitney & Company, Inc.
H.I.G. Capital/Bayside Opportunity Fund, L.P.
High Road Capital Partners
Industrial Growth Partners
Inflexion Private Equity
J.F. Lehman & Company
Kirtland Capital Partners
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Kohlberg Kravis Roberts
Maverick Capital, Ltd
Morgan Stanley REF
Nmas1 Private Equity
Oaktree Capital Management
One Equity Partners
Ospraie Management, L.P.
Parallel Investment Partners
Patriarch Partners, LLC
Peachtree Equity Partners
Primus Capital Funds
Resilience Capital Partners
Ripplewood Holdings L.L.C.
The Riverside Company
RoundTable Healthcare Partners
SFW Capital Partners
STAR Capital Partners Limited
Tata Capital Private Equity
Telegraph Hill Partners
Temasek Holdings (Private) Limited
Vista Capital de Expansion, S.A.
Vulpes Investment Management Private Limited
Wasserstein & Co.
WL Ross & Co. LLC
Past Seminar Materials
Articles Authored by Lawyers at this office:
BIT Protection of Foreign Investments in Times of Volatile Currency, Slow Growth, and Political Uncertainty in India
Geoffrey S. Stewart,Sylvia Tonova,Baiju S. Vasani, October 11, 2013
A depreciating rupee, slowing growth, and high inflation are some of the many risks confronting foreign investors in India. With elections due to take place in less a year, political uncertainty is also likely to afflict the country, which is home to 1.3 billion of the world's population. After the...
Congressional Proposals Seek to Promote Foreign Investment in U.S. Real Estate
Peter J. Elias,Teresa A. Maloney,Babak Emil Nikravesh, September 27, 2013
On July 31, Representative Kevin Brady (R-TX) introduced H.R. 2870 to amend the Foreign Investment in Real Property Tax Act ("FIRPTA"), the tax regime governing foreign investment in U.S. real estate. The proposal is a companion bill to S. 1181, introduced by Senator Robert Menendez...
Class Action Settlement Overturned on Appeal for First Time in Australia
John Emmerig,Michael Legg, September 19, 2013
The Full Federal Court in Australian Securities and Investments Commission v Richards  FCAFC 89 has overturned a 35 percent uplift in recovery for group members who self-financed the cost of prosecuting their class action ("funder's premium"), over those who did not. The uplift was...
Spain's FABs: A New Vehicle for Investment in Assets Disposed by the Bad Bank
Victor Casarrubios,Juan Ferre, September 11, 2013
During August 2013, the Spanish bad bank (Sociedad de Gestión de Activos Procedentes de la Reestructuración Bancaria, S.A., or "SAREB") completed the bidding process for its first sale of a REO portfolio (project "Bull"), awarding to HIG Capital through its...
Tax Transparent Funds in the UK
, July 11, 2013
In January 2012, HM Treasury proposed the introduction of contractual schemes for collective investment. The main objective of introducing contractual schemes was stated as being to ensure that the UK is able to compete for a share of the market in European pooled funds following the implementation...
The Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive
John Ahern,Timothy P. Flood,S. Neil Seaton,Adam Skinner, April 22, 2013
The Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive is a response to difficulties in the financial markets and calls for greater regulation of alternative investment funds and alternative investment fund managers. The aim of the AIFMD is to implement a coordinated and stringent regulatory framework...