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Timothy Fesenmyer is a partner in the firm’s M&A and corporate governance practices.  His mergers and acquisitions experience includes public and private transactions, negotiated acquisitions, joint ventures and other corporate transactions in a wide variety of industries, including consumer products, financial services, media and entertainment, telecommunications, food and beverage, professional sports, building products, insurance, retail and technology.

Mr. Fesenmyer also has represented media companies and investors in a variety of complex, high-profile transactions, ranging from the formation of television networks and other media joint ventures and strategic alliances to agreements relating to content production, licensing and distribution across various media platforms.  He also has advised a number of real estate investment trusts in connection with both U.S. and cross-border transactions and corporate matters and has represented clients on the corporate aspects of certain professional sports matters, including league formation and other league matters, investments and other transactions involving leagues and teams.

Mr. Fesenmyer also has advised investment banking clients in transactional work and has represented both issuers and underwriters in equity and debt offerings. In addition, he advises clients in connection with other corporate, securities and business-related matters, including SEC reporting obligations and disclosure issues, corporate governance, stockholder and compliance matters and other general corporate issues.

Prior to joining King & Spalding, Mr. Fesenmyer spent nearly two decades with Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP in New York.

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Credentials

J.D., University of Pittsburgh School of Law

M.P.A., University of Pittsburgh

B.A., Miami University-Oxford

New York

Member, Board of Directors, KaBOOM!, Inc.

Matters

Significant U.S. and cross-border representations in which Mr. Fesenmyer has been involved include:

Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc. in connection with its acquisition by InBev N.V.

Anheuser-Busch InBev N.V. in its acquisition of the remaining stake of Grupo Modelo, S.A.B. de C.V. not previously owned by it

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Significant U.S. and cross-border representations in which Mr. Fesenmyer has been involved include:

Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc. in connection with its acquisition by InBev N.V.

Anheuser-Busch InBev N.V. in its acquisition of the remaining stake of Grupo Modelo, S.A.B. de C.V. not previously owned by it

Ash Grove Cement Company in its acquisition by CRH plc

ASML Holding N.V. in its acquisition of Cymer, Inc.

Belden Inc. in its merger-of-equals transaction with Cable Design Technologies

Ben & Jerry’s Homemade, Inc. in its acquisition by Unilever

BlackRock, Inc. in its acquisition of the fund of funds business of Quellos Group, LLC

Capricorn Investors in its investment in Mrs. Fields’ Original Cookies, its acquisition of controlling interests in TCBY and the formation of Mrs. Fields Famous Brands, Inc.

CEMEX S.A.B. de C.V. in a number of transactions, including its acquisition of Puerto Rican Cement Company, Inc. and its divestiture of certain assets to CRH plc in connection with its acquisition of Rinker Group Ltd.

Citigroup Inc. in a number of transactions, including the sale of its life insurance and annuity business to MetLife, the sale of its wealth management services business to affiliates of Genpact Limited and certain long-term bancassurance distribution arrangements

The Coca-Cola Company in its acquisition of Energy Brands Inc. d/b/a Glacéau

Dean Foods Company in the sale of its Morningstar Foods division to Saputo Inc. and its acquisition of the Alpro soy foods division of Vandemoortele N.V.

EverBank Financial Corp in its acquisition of Tygris Commercial Finance Group and its initial public offering

First Quality Enterprises, Inc. in its acquisition of Covidien Ltd.’s retail products unit

Fortress Investment Group LLC in its 80 percent acquisition of American General Finance Inc.

The principal investment area of The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. in the formation and subsequent recapitalizations of Yankees Entertainment and Sports (YES) Network

GP Investments Acquisition Corp. in its proposed, but terminated, acquisition of World Kitchen and its business combination with Rimini Street Inc.

IMAX Corporation in its investment in a television network joint venture with Sony Corporation and Discovery Communications and in its licensing of certain exclusive rights in the digital cinema field to certain laser projection technology from Eastman Kodak Company

James Hardie Industries SE in its transformation to a European Company (Societas Europaea (SE)) and the transfer of its corporate domicile from The Netherlands to the Republic of Ireland

Liberty Mutual Group Inc. in connection with its sale of Liberty Life Assurance Company of Boston to Lincoln Financial Group and the subsequent reinsurance of Liberty’s individual life and annuity business to Protective Life Insurance Company

Marubeni Corporation in its acquisition of Gavilon Group LLC

Refco Inc. in the sale of various assets in bankruptcy

Regulatory Data Corp. in its acquisition by Vista Equity Partners

Robb Report in its sale to Rockbridge Growth Equity

SEGRO plc in the sale of its U.S. life sciences real estate business to HCP, Inc.

SG Cowen & Co. in its separation from Société Générale and initial public offering

SL Green Realty Corp. in its corporate matters

Tumi Holdings, Inc. in its acquisition by Samsonite International S.A.

Verizon Business in its acquisition of Cybertrust Holdings, Inc.

The WhiteWave Foods Company in its acquisition by Danone S.A.

Xerox Corporation in its holding company reorganization resulting in Xerox Holdings Corporation becoming its publicly traded parent company.

Xerox Holdings Corporation in the restructuring of its relationship with FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation, including the sale of Xerox's 25% stake in Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. to a subsidiary of FUJIFILM.

Matters

Significant U.S. and cross-border representations in which Mr. Fesenmyer has been involved include:

Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc. in connection with its acquisition by InBev N.V.

Anheuser-Busch InBev N.V. in its acquisition of the remaining stake of Grupo Modelo, S.A.B. de C.V. not previously owned by it

See more
Icon close

Close

Matters

Significant U.S. and cross-border representations in which Mr. Fesenmyer has been involved include:

Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc. in connection with its acquisition by InBev N.V.

Anheuser-Busch InBev N.V. in its acquisition of the remaining stake of Grupo Modelo, S.A.B. de C.V. not previously owned by it

Ash Grove Cement Company in its acquisition by CRH plc

ASML Holding N.V. in its acquisition of Cymer, Inc.

Belden Inc. in its merger-of-equals transaction with Cable Design Technologies

Ben & Jerry’s Homemade, Inc. in its acquisition by Unilever

BlackRock, Inc. in its acquisition of the fund of funds business of Quellos Group, LLC

Capricorn Investors in its investment in Mrs. Fields’ Original Cookies, its acquisition of controlling interests in TCBY and the formation of Mrs. Fields Famous Brands, Inc.

CEMEX S.A.B. de C.V. in a number of transactions, including its acquisition of Puerto Rican Cement Company, Inc. and its divestiture of certain assets to CRH plc in connection with its acquisition of Rinker Group Ltd.

Citigroup Inc. in a number of transactions, including the sale of its life insurance and annuity business to MetLife, the sale of its wealth management services business to affiliates of Genpact Limited and certain long-term bancassurance distribution arrangements

The Coca-Cola Company in its acquisition of Energy Brands Inc. d/b/a Glacéau

Dean Foods Company in the sale of its Morningstar Foods division to Saputo Inc. and its acquisition of the Alpro soy foods division of Vandemoortele N.V.

EverBank Financial Corp in its acquisition of Tygris Commercial Finance Group and its initial public offering

First Quality Enterprises, Inc. in its acquisition of Covidien Ltd.’s retail products unit

Fortress Investment Group LLC in its 80 percent acquisition of American General Finance Inc.

The principal investment area of The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. in the formation and subsequent recapitalizations of Yankees Entertainment and Sports (YES) Network

GP Investments Acquisition Corp. in its proposed, but terminated, acquisition of World Kitchen and its business combination with Rimini Street Inc.

IMAX Corporation in its investment in a television network joint venture with Sony Corporation and Discovery Communications and in its licensing of certain exclusive rights in the digital cinema field to certain laser projection technology from Eastman Kodak Company

James Hardie Industries SE in its transformation to a European Company (Societas Europaea (SE)) and the transfer of its corporate domicile from The Netherlands to the Republic of Ireland

Liberty Mutual Group Inc. in connection with its sale of Liberty Life Assurance Company of Boston to Lincoln Financial Group and the subsequent reinsurance of Liberty’s individual life and annuity business to Protective Life Insurance Company

Marubeni Corporation in its acquisition of Gavilon Group LLC

Refco Inc. in the sale of various assets in bankruptcy

Regulatory Data Corp. in its acquisition by Vista Equity Partners

Robb Report in its sale to Rockbridge Growth Equity

SEGRO plc in the sale of its U.S. life sciences real estate business to HCP, Inc.

SG Cowen & Co. in its separation from Société Générale and initial public offering

SL Green Realty Corp. in its corporate matters

Tumi Holdings, Inc. in its acquisition by Samsonite International S.A.

Verizon Business in its acquisition of Cybertrust Holdings, Inc.

The WhiteWave Foods Company in its acquisition by Danone S.A.

Xerox Corporation in its holding company reorganization resulting in Xerox Holdings Corporation becoming its publicly traded parent company.

Xerox Holdings Corporation in the restructuring of its relationship with FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation, including the sale of Xerox's 25% stake in Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. to a subsidiary of FUJIFILM.

Credentials

J.D., University of Pittsburgh School of Law

M.P.A., University of Pittsburgh

B.A., Miami University-Oxford

New York

Member, Board of Directors, KaBOOM!, Inc.