is the global head of S&C’s M&A practice and a member of the firm’s management committee. The Financial Times has described him as “one of the most influential and high-profile M&A and corporate lawyers in the U.S.” and he has been involved in many large and complex deals. Frank represents global leaders in M&A, proxy contests, activism, unsolicited bids, governance, crisis management and a range of matters affecting corporate policy and strategy. Throughout his career, he has advised on more than USD1 trillion in deal value, including advising on more than USD100 billion in 2019.
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