Edi Rumano is an associate in Weil’s Private Equity practice and is based in Boston. Mr. Rumano participates in the representation of private equity sponsors and their portfolio companies with respect to mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures, minority investments, restructurings and other complex corporate transactions.
Mr. Rumano has been a significant part of the teams advising:
- Oak Hill Capital Partners in multiple matters, including (i) its acquisition of EPIC Insurance Brokers and Consultants (ii) EPIC in its acquisition of Integro Holdings Inc. and (iii) EPIC in its acquisition of Frenkel & Company
- OMERS Private Equity in its acquisition of Paradigm Outcomes
- Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan in its acquisition of a minority stake in Cole-Parmer (a portfolio company of Golden Gate Capital)
- Irving Place Capital in multiple matters, including (i) its sale of Pet Supplies Plus, LLC (ii) its $415 million sale of Chromalox, Inc. and (iii) its $760 million sale of National Surgical Healthcare
- Lindsay Goldberg and Bluegrass Materials Company, LLC in the $1.625 billion sale of Bluegrass to Martin Marietta Materials, Inc.
- J.C. Flowers in its acquisition of a majority stake in Vericity, Inc.
- Secured lenders in the $152 million out-of-court restructuring of Things Remembered, Inc.
- Discovery, Inc. in its joint venture with Magnolia, the home and lifestyle brand led by Chip and Joanna Gaines
- A major financial institution as agent under a senior secured credit facility, in the recapitalization of Corizon Health, Inc.
Prior to joining Weil, Mr. Rumano was a corporate associate at a global law firm based in New York and a legal intern at the New York Stock Exchange.
Mr. Rumano received his J.D. from Columbia Law School where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. He received his B.S. in Physics and Economics, magna cum laude, from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania.