Aaron DeLong has a diverse corporate practice, advising in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, private equity, general corporate matters, and other commercial transactions. He has worked with public and private companies on a broad range of US and international transactions, including acquisitions, divestitures, mergers, strategic investments, recapitalizations, reorganizations, joint ventures, and alternative investment structures.
Aaron advises clients in a wide range of industries, including transportation, mining, energy, IT, telecommunications, healthcare, aerospace and defense, leisure and hospitality, international trade and logistics, financial services, and private investment. Through his diverse client representation, Aaron has developed the knowledge and understanding to work hand in glove with companies in all industries to achieve their desired results. His representations include novel investment structures, financing agreements, M&A transactions, reorganizations, recapitalizations, general corporate advice, and various other commercial transactions.
Prior to joining Lugenbuhl, Aaron served as Research and Policy Director at the Business Council of New Orleans, Deputy City Attorney for the City of New Orleans, and as a diplomat at U.S. Embassy Cairo (Egypt). Aaron began his legal career with the New York office of international law firm Linklaters, LLP, where he worked on matters of corporate governance, risk, and compliance.
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