Rami Sherman


Rami Sherman

Rami Sherman is an associate in Weil’s Technology and IP Transactions practice and is based in New York. Rami participates in the representation of Firm clients in a variety of matters relating to the licensing, acquisition, development, sale, use and commercial exploitation of intellectual property and technology. He has been part of the teams advising on standalone intellectual property transactions and the intellectual property and technology aspects of mergers and acquisitions. He also has experience in other corporate transactions including private equity and financing. He participates in the representation of clients in a variety of industries, including technology companies, particularly computer (hardware and software), consumer products and pharmaceutical industries.

Rami has been part of teams advising on the technology and intellectual property aspects of the following matters:

  • Acquiring Consortium that includes MBK Partners, The Crawford Group and Ctrip Investment Holdings in the Consortium's $850 million take-private of eHi Car Services Limited 
  • Advent Global Technology (AGT), as lead investor, in a $160 million Series D funding round for Zenoti, resulting in a post-investment basis valuation for Zenoti of over $1 billion
  • Aleph Capital and Crestview in their investment in Framestore and Framestore's merger with Company 3 and Method, Inc. following Company 3 and Method’s carve-out from Deluxe Entertainment Services Group Inc.
  • American Securities in its acquisition of CPM Holdings, Inc.
  • Ardian in its acquisition of a majority stake in Florida Food Products, Inc., in a transaction that valued Florida Food at more than $1 billion
  • Aurora Resurgence Management Partners and Equity Group Investments in the sale of SIRVA, Inc.
  • Avista Capital Partners and MPI Research, Inc. in the approximately $800 million sale of MPI Research to Charles River Laboratories International, Inc.
  • Avista Healthcare Public Acquisition Corp. in its acquisition of Organogenesis Inc.
  • Blackstone in its acquisition of a majority stake in ZO Skin Health, Inc. and its investment in ISN Software Corporation, in a transaction that valued ISN over $2 billion
  • Blackstone in the investment by Blackstone Tactical Opportunities in Sema4
  • Brookfield Asset Management Inc. and Brookfield Property Partners L.P. (BPY) in BPY's $14.4 billion acquisition of the approximately 66% of common stock that it did not already own of GGP Inc. (f/k/a General Growth Properties Inc.)
  • Brookfield Principal Credit LLC, as administrative agent and collateral agent for the lenders, in the $928 million 363 asset sale of the North American assets of Bumble Bee Foods, LLC
  • Campbell Soup Company in its $6.1 billion acquisition of Snyder’s-Lance, Inc. and its $2.2 billion sale of Campbell International, Inc.
  • Charlesbank Capital Partners, together with Robert Long and Blair Ramey of Sanofi’s North American Consumer Healthcare division, in the formation of Bridges Consumer Healthcare LLC and Bridges' acquisitions of the North American rights to ThermaCare® HeatWraps and Clarion Brands, LLC
  • Culligan International Company (a portfolio company of Advent International) in its acquisition of OASIS Corporation
  • EQT Infrastructure II in its sale of Synagro Technologies, Inc.
  • Guidepost Growth Equity in its investment in ThinkHR Corporation
  • H&R Block, Inc. in its $405 million acquisition of Wave Financial Inc. 
  • Heartland Dental Care, LLC in the sale, by Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan and other existing shareholders, of a majority stake in Heartland to KKR & Co., with Ontario Teachers' retaining a sizeable ownership stake
  • Legg Mason, Inc. in its $6.5 billion sale to Franklin Templeton Investments
  • Maines Paper & Food Service Inc. in the sale of substantially all of its assets to Lineage Logistics, Inc.
  • Maxim Integrated Products, Inc. in its $21 billion sale to Analog Devices, Inc.
  • Mudrick Capital Acquisition Corporation II, a SPAC sponsored by Mudrick Capital, in its pending $1.3 billion business combination with The Topps Company, Inc.
  • Oak Hill Capital Partners and its portfolio company, EPIC Insurance Brokers and Consultants (EPIC) in the merger of EPIC and JenCap Holdings, LLC (a portfolio company of The Carlyle Group); and EPIC in its acquisitions of Integro Holdings Inc. and Prime Risk Partners Inc.
  • OMERS in its acquisition of a controlling stake in Premise Health Holding Corp.
  • Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan in, together with L Catterton and others, the sale of PetVet Care Centers, LLC
  • ORIX Capital Partners in the sale by its portfolio company, Hoffman Southwest Corporation, of all of Hoffman's Roto-Rooter franchise operations to Roto-Rooter Services Company
  • Parts Town LLC (a portfolio company of Berkshire Partners) in its acquisition of Heritage Food Service Group
  • Providence Equity Partners in its acquisitions of GlobalTranz Enterprises, Inc. and a majority stake in 365 Retail Markets, LLC and its sale of Vector Solutions
  • PSG in its acquisition of ThreatConnect, Inc. and its investment in and sale of a majority stake in LogicMonitor Inc.
  • Quest Diagnostics Inc. in its acquisition of Blueprint Genetics
  • Sanofi in its $11.6 billion acquisition of Bioverativ Inc.; its $4.8 billion acquisition of Ablynx NV; and its $2.5 billion acquisition of Synthorx, Inc.
  • SGS SA in its $335 million sale of Petroleum Service Corporation to Aurora Capital Partners 
  • SoftBank Vision Fund, together with Toyota Motor Corporation and DENSO Corporation, in a $1 billion investment in the Advanced Technologies Group of Uber Technologies Inc. 
  • TCV, as lead investor, in a $550 million preferred stock financing round for Peloton Interactive Inc.
  • Tempo Music Investments, LLC (Tempo) (a portfolio company of Providence Equity Partners) in its acquisition of the assets of Influence Media Music SPV, LLC; its acquisition of certain assets of Barometer Music Royalty Fund I Inc.; and its joint venture with Warner Music Group Corp.
  • The Home Depot, Inc. in its acquisition of the assets of The Company Store Group, LLC
  • TPG Growth, as lead investor, in a $124 million Series B funding round for Prodigy Education
  • TPG Pace Solutions Corp., a SPAC sponsored by TPG Pace Group, in its $4.5 billion business combination with Vacasa LLC
  • TurnKey Vacation Rentals, Inc. in its merger with Vacasa LLC
  • Westinghouse Electric Company, LLC in its $4.6 billion sale of substantially all of its global business to Brookfield Business Partners L.P.

Rami joined Weil as a summer associate in 2016. He received his J.D. from University of Michigan Law School, where he served at the Michigan Innocence Clinic helping to exonerate wrongfully convicted prisoners, and his B.A. from Kalamazoo College. Rami has provided pro bono legal services on behalf of clients, including NEXT for Autism.