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American Financial Group, Inc.
Fifth Third Bancorp
Infinity Property and Casualty Corporation
LSI Industries Inc.
Medpace Holdings, Inc.
Meridian Bioscience, Inc.
Meritage Hospitality Group Inc.
- American Financial Group in its: $285 million tender offer for National Interstate; and $250 million acquisition of Summit Holdings Southeast Inc. and related companies from Liberty Mutual Insurance
- AtriCure in its: $60 million acquisition of Endoscopic Technologies; and $250 million acquisition of nContact Surgical
- Cintas Corporation in its: $2.2 billion acquisition of G&K Services, Inc.; $2.3 billion sale of Shred-it International Inc. to Stericycle, Inc.; and $130 million acquisition of Zee Medical from McKesson Corp.
- Infinity Property & Casualty Corporation in its: $1.6 billion merger with Kemper Corporation
- Kendle International in its: $230 million merger with Avista/INC Research and related consent solicitation for $140 million of senior subordinated convertible debt securities; $215 million acquisition of clinical services businesses of Charles River Laboratories; and acquisition of DecisionLine Clinical Research
- Midland Company in its: $1.3 billion merger with Munich Re
- Multi-Color Corporation in its: $1.3 billion acquisition of Constantia Labels and related issuance of equity securities; and $355 million acquisition of York Label Group and related issuance of equity securities
- American Financial Group in its: underwritten offerings of senior and subordinated debt securities aggregating in billions of dollars
- Hemagen Diagnostics in its: exchange offer for senior secured convertible debt securities
- Infinity Property & Casualty Corporation in its: $275 million underwritten secondary offering of senior debt securities and related redemption of $210 million of senior debt securities
- Kendle International in its: $225 million underwritten offering of senior subordinated convertible debt securities and related hedging transactions
- Multi-Color Corporation in its: $600 million and $250 million underwritten offerings of senior debt securities under Rule 144A and Regulation S
- Armstrong World Industries, Inc. Asbestos Personal Injury Settlement Trust in its: underwritten secondary offerings of equity securities of $450 million, $230 million, $185 million, and $100 million and related $125 million share repurchase by AWI; and $150 million and $85 million block trades under Rule 144
- AtriCure in its: $90 million, $80 million and $25 million underwritten secondary offerings of equity securities
- LSI Industries in its: $50 million underwritten secondary offering of equity securities
- Meridian Bioscience in its: $60 million underwritten secondary offering of equity securities
- Midland Company in its: $60 million underwritten secondary offerings of equity securities; and $24 million underwritten offerings of trust preferred securities
- WR Grace Asbestos PI Trust in its: underwritten secondary offering of Sealed Air Corporation equity securities of $295 million and related share repurchase by Sealed Air; and $335 million block trade under Rule 144
- Casablanca Capital in its: proxy contest involving Cliffs Natural Resources
- Casey Capital in its: proxy contest involving Essex Rental
- Lenox Wealth Management in its: proxy contests and unsolicited offers involving Lenox Bancorp and First Franklin Corporation
- RX Investor Value Corp. in its: proxy contest involving HealthWarehouse.com, Inc.
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News & Resources
- Legal Alert: Update on the SEC's "Conflict Minerals" Disclosure Rules: D.C. District Court Upholds Court of Appeals Decision04.03.2017
- Legal Alert: The SEC Continues to Pursue Enforcement Actions Against Companies for Whistleblower Violations01.03.2017
- Legal Alert: FAST Act Creates New Exemption for Private Resales of Securities; Also Requires Disclosure Modernization and Simplification12.14.2015
- Legal Alert: Regulation Crowdfunding: The SEC's Attempt to Assist Small Business Owners Who Have an Internet Connection and a Need for $1 Million11.06.2015
- KMK Law Corporate & Securities Blog, 01.04.2019