Weil Advises JAB Holding Co. in $13.9 Billion Acquisition of Keurig Green Mountain

Friday, December 11, 2015 - 21:14

Weil is advising JAB Holding Co., a private investment fund with about $50 billion in assets and significant capital commitments, in its $13.9 billion acquisition of Keurig Green Mountain, a manufacturer of coffee-makers and instant flavor pods. The deal is expected to close in the first quarter of 2016 and is subject to customary closing conditions.

The Weil team is led by Corporate Chairman Michael Aiello and includes M&A partners Matthew Gilroy and Sachin Kohli (effective January 1, 2016); Global Finance head Daniel Dokos and partner Damian Ridealgh; Antitrust/Competition head Steven Newborn and partner Eric Hochstadt; Executive Compensation & Benefits headPaul Wessel; Technology & IP Transactions partner Jeffrey Osterman; Cybersecurity, Data Privacy & Information Management partner Randi Singer; Environmental head Annemargaret Connolly; Tax co-head Kenneth Heitner; Securities Litigation head John Neuwirth; Litigation partner Elizabeth Weiswasser; Real Estate partner David Herman; Employment Litigation partner Gary Friedman; Regulatory counsel John O'Loughlin; Environmental counsel Thomas Goslin; M&A associates Adam TempletonAriel Simon, Christopher Burwell, Adam Borenstein and Clayton Collett; Banking & Finance associates Banks BrucePaul Overmyer and Jacqueline Diaz; Antitrust/Competition associatesBrianne KucerikRob Meyer and Joseph Adamson; Executive Compensation & Benefits associates Paula Han andMadeline Lewis; Technology & IP Transactions associates Emilie Williams, Mary Lentowski and Lauren Springer; Tax associate Tristan Evans-Wilent; Securities Litigation associate Amanda Pooler; Litigation associate Gary Coad; Cybersecurity, Data Privacy & Information Management associate Elisabeth Sperle; Real Estate associates Leslie Smith and Cynthia Resnick; and Employment Litigation associate Daniella Adler.