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Weil Advised JAB Holding Co. in $13.9 Billion Acquisition of Keurig Green Mountain

Weil advised JAB Holding Co., a private investment fund with about $50 billion in assets and significant capital commitments, in its $13.9 billion acquisition of Keurig Green Mountain, a manufacturer of coffee-makers and instant flavor pods.

The Weil team that advised JAB Holding Co. was led by M&A partner Michael Aiello and included M&A partners Matthew Gilroy and Sachin Kohli; Global Finance head Daniel Dokos and partner Damian Ridealgh; Antitrust/Competition head Steven Newborn and partner Eric Hochstadt; Executive Compensation & Benefits head Paul Wessel; Technology & IP Transactions partner Jeffrey Osterman; Cybersecurity, Data Privacy & Information Management partner Randi Singer; Environmental head Annemargaret Connolly; Securities Litigation head John Neuwirth; Litigation partner Elizabeth Weiswasser; Real Estate partner David Herman; Employment Litigation partner Gary Friedman; Regulatory counsel John O'Loughlin; Environmental counsel Thomas Goslin; Real Estate attorney Leslie Smith; M&A associates Adam Templeton, Ariel Simon, Christopher Burwell, Adam Borenstein and Clayton Collett; Banking & Finance associates Banks Bruce, Paul Overmyer and Jacqueline Diaz; Antitrust/Competition associates Brianne Kucerik, Rob Meyer and Joseph Adamson; Executive Compensation & Benefits associates Paula Han and Madeline Lewis; Technology & IP Transactions associates Emilie Williams, Mary Lentowski and Lauren Springer; Tax associate Tristan Evans-Wilent; Securities Litigation associate Amanda Pooler; Litigation associate Gary Coad; Cybersecurity, Data Privacy & Information Management associate Elisabeth Sperle; Real Estate associate Cynthia Resnick; and Employment Litigation associate Daniella Adler.