Greg Hall is a corporate and securities lawyer with more than 30 years of experience advising publicly-traded and privately-held clients across a range of industries.  His practice is focused on domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, strategic transactions, securities offerings and other financings, going private transactions, restructurings, corporate governance and general corporate matters.

With a commitment to forging long-term relationships that have spanned decades with a myriad of sophisticated clients, Greg has facilitated more than 60 M&A transactions for a single client. With deals that are valued into the hundreds of millions of dollars, Greg guides clients from across the country and around the world through domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions; capital markets transactions, including public and private offerings of equity and debt securities; tender offers and exchange offers; domestic and international joint ventures; venture capital and private equity transactions; bank financings; and debt restructurings.

Greg has successfully negotiated and closed numerous initial public offerings (IPOs) and follow-on securities offerings for technology, manufacturing, airline and transportation, national retail chain and business services companies, as well as advises on high-yield and investment grade note offerings and private investment in public equity (PIPE) transactions for issuers. He has also closed M&A deals for a global transportation company, a national equipment rental company, an international manufacturing company and a national retail chain, among many others. Notably, Greg represents high-tech companies in acquiring and divesting related high-tech companies and subsidiaries.

Moreover, Greg has served as lead counsel to businesses involved in billions of dollars of restructuring transactions on behalf of airlines, gaming organizations and logistics companies. In addition, Greg advises on corporate, securities and business-related matters that impact corporate policy and strategy such as securities law disclosure and compliance, equity incentive plans and executive employment agreements. He has negotiated numerous employment agreements on behalf of CEOs and other executives, as well as represents both Delaware and Nevada corporations in implementing anti-takeover defenses.