Mark Dundon is an associate in the Dallas office of Weil’s Tax, Benefits, and Executive Compensation Department. His practice focuses on private equity sponsors and strategic clients in connection with acquisitions, including taxable and tax-free transactions, investments, divestitures, joint ventures, restructurings, and debt and equity offerings.
He has been part of several teams representing clients on a range of transactions including:
- General Electric Company in its acquisition of Lufkin Industries, Inc., a publicly traded provider of artificial lift technologies for the oil and gas industry
- Facebook, Inc. in its acquisition of Parse, a provider of cloud-based software developer kits
- Thomas H. Lee Partners in its acquisition of CompuCom Systems, Inc., a leading IT outsourcing company, and the Fogo de Chão restaurant chain
- Leucadia National Corporation in a tax-free strategic combination with Jefferies Group, Inc. and tax-free spin-off of Crimson Wine Group
- Berkshire Partners LLC in its investment in Farm Boy Inc., a Canada-based food retailer
- American Securities LLC in its acquisition of HHI Holdings LLC, a US-based auto components supplier
- General Electric Capital Corporation in its investment in the EBX Group controlled by Eike Batista
- Avista Capital Partners and Partners Group in their acquisition of Strategic Partners, Inc., a leading manufacturer of medical uniforms
- Lincare Holdings, Inc. in its acquisition by Linde Group of Germany
Mr. Dundon has also been involved with advising Summit Partners and Eli Lilly.
Mr. Dundon served as a law clerk to the Honorable William L. Garwood of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. He received his law degree, with high honors, from the University of Texas, where he was a Chancellor-at-Large (top 16 highest ranking graduates), an articles editor for the Texas Law Review, and a member of the Order of the Coif.