Benjamin W. Beckman

Ben Beckman's practice involves mergers and acquisitions and general corporate and securities matters. He has focused on assisting public and private companies in acquisitions and divestitures of business units across multiple jurisdictions, sometimes involving a significant bank financing component. Ben also assists public companies with proxy contests and related matters.

Ben's recent matters include Procter & Gamble's disposition of its non-European pet care business, OM Group's exit from its Advanced Materials business, Parker Aerospace's joint venture with GE Aviation, Goodrich's merger with United Technologies, and PolyOne's strategic acquisition of ColorMatrix Group.

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Areas of Practice 1) Corporate and 2) Mergers and Acquisitions
Law School Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
Education Amherst College (B.A., 1998)
Bar Member / Association Ohio
Most recent firm Jones Day
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