Evan Mendelsohn is an associate in Weil’s Public Company Advisory Group and is based in New York. Mr. Mendelsohn participates in the representation of U.S. public companies and foreign private issuers on securities law issues, disclosure, and compliance matters, including M&A and capital markets transactions.
Previously, Mr. Mendelsohn was an associate in Weil’s Capital Markets practice, where he was part of the teams advising on the following matters:
- Black Knight, Inc. (f/k/a Black Knight Financial Services, Inc.) and Thomas H. Lee Partners and certain directors and members of senior management of Black Knight, as selling shareholders, in over $1.5 billion secondary offerings via block trades of Black Knight common shares
- Citi and other major financial institutions, as representatives of the underwriters, in a $750 million offering of senior unsecured notes by Lear Corporation
- AMC Entertainment Holdings, Inc. (a subsidiary of Dalian Wanda Group Co.) in its $595 million and £250 million senior subordinated notes offerings to finance in part its acquisitions of Odeon & UCI Cinemas Group Limited and Carmike Cinemas, Inc., and in its $475 million and £250 million 144A offerings of senior subordinated notes and its $639 million common stock offering to finance in part its acquisition of Nordic Cinema Group Holding AB
- WPX Energy, Inc. in its $670 million common stock offering to finance its acquisition of Panther Energy Company II, LLC and CP2 Operating LLC
- Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan, as representatives of the underwriters, in the $260 million initial public offering of Camping World Holdings, Inc. and in over $610 million secondary offerings of common stock
Mr. Mendelsohn also maintains an active pro bono practice and currently assists a nonprofit organization in general corporate matters and is involved in the Innocence Project.
Mr. Mendelsohn received his J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center, where he served as an Editor for the Georgetown Law Journal and his B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis.