Bradford P. Weirick

Bradford P. Weirick is a partner with Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher in its Los Angeles office. He is Co-Chairman of the firm's Emerging Technologies Practice Group and a member of the firm's Corporations Department, focusing on mergers and acquisitions, private equity investment transactions and public and private securities offerings.

Mr. Weirick has substantial experience advising both acquirors/investors and target companies (both public and private) in connection with the negotiation of mergers and acquisitions, strategic transactions and financing transactions. In the technology sector, during the past few years, Mr. Weirick has represented Investcorp Venture Capital, ValueClick, Inc., Diskeeper Corporation, Idealab, Fleetmatics, Telepacific, eSolar, Objectstar, Softek, Airwave Wireless, Zeta Interactive, Vantage Media, Computer Sciences Corporation and Intel Corporation in connection with acquisitions and strategic transactions; Rustic Canyon Ventures, L.P., Investcorp Venture Capital, Digital Coast Ventures, LLC, Intel Capital and Celerity Partners, L.P. in connection with numerous private equity/venture investments; and various private venture-stage companies in connection with general corporate matters, venture capital financings and acquisitions.

Mr. Weirick joined the firm in 1986 after earning his law degree from the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law. Mr. Weirick did his undergraduate work at Dartmouth College, where he graduated magna cum laude and was a member of the Phi Beta Kappa honor society. Mr. Weirick is a member of the Advisory Board of the U.S.C. Technology Commercialization Alliance. He is a co-author of “Securities in the Electronic Age – A Practical Guide to the Law and Regulation,” published in 2000 by Glasser LegalWorks, and he has written various articles on current developments in corporate and securities law.

Mr. Weirick has been listed in the 2008-2012 editions of Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business as a leading Corporate/M&A: Venture Capital Lawyer; identified by The Best Lawyers in America® 2007-2012 as a leading lawyer for Mergers & Acquisitions, Private Funds Law, Venture Capital Law and Leveraged Buyouts & Private Equity Law; and named as a Southern California SuperLawyer for 2006-2011.

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Areas of Practice 1) Emerging Technologies, 2) Intellectual Property, 3) Law Firm Defense, 4) Media, 5) Entertainment and Technology, 6) Mergers and Acquisitions and 7) Private Equity
Law School The University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, J.D. 1986
Education Dartmouth College, A.B., 1982
Bar Member / Association California State Bar Association
Most recent firm Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
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