Recent Matters

  • Represented Quality Solutions, Inc. in its acquisition of Pecan Grove Solutions, a commercial aquatic equipment and water features service provider.
  • Represented Hamilton Robinson Capital Partners in its acquisition of Pacific Northern Environmental, a leading provider of industrial services including cleaning, electrical maintenance, environmental remediation and emergency response, process automation/control solutions and specialty construction services.
  • Represented PNC Riverarch Capital, a division of PNC Capital Finance, LLC, in its acquisition of The Tranzonic Companies, a value-added supplier of consumable maintenance, cleaning, safety and hygiene products to commercial and industrial end markets in North America, from Silver Oak Service Partners, LLC.  
  • Represented SALI Fund Management, the leading turn‐key solution for the creation and administration of Insurance Dedicated Funds, in a growth capital investment by Long Ridge Equity Partners.  
  • Represented Prelude Growth Partners in connection with the offering of its first fund, which held its first and final closing in February with $80 million in committed capital.
  • Finn Dixon & Herling LLP represented Global Integrated Flooring Solutions Inc., a portfolio company of RFE Investment Partners, in its purchase of the assets of Haworth Inc.’s raised flooring division. 
  • Finn Dixon & Herling LLP represented Southfield Capital in its investment in APC Integrated Services Group, a seller of vehicle service contracts on behalf of automotive dealers and manufacturers.
  • Represented Capital Partners in its acquisition of The Fletcher-Terry Company, LLC, a recognized leader across a diverse range of industries, including custom and OEM picture framing, sign and digital graphics, hardware, woodworking and float and glass fabrication industries. Products include multi-market, solution-driven technologies for frame joining, mitre cutting, substrate cutting, hanging and display, assembly and finishing and automated glass cutting.
  • Finn Dixon successfully defended Auriga USA, LLC, a NYC bond dealer, in a FINRA arbitration proceeding brought by Odeon Capital Group, LLC, another NYC bond dealer. Odeon alleged claims against Auriga for tortious interference with contract and unfair competition arising from Auriga’s hiring of two Odeon corporate bond traders, and sought $5.6 million in compensatory damages plus punitive damages, interest, and attorneys’ fees. After ten days of evidentiary hearings, on Auriga's motion, the arbitration panel dismissed Odeon’s claims for failure of proof, and ordered Odeon to pay Auriga $400,000 in attorneys' fees and expenses. 
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