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Brandon Curtin is an associate in the Boston office of Locke Lord LLP where he practices corporate law. Brandon has also assisted in representing clients before the Committee on Foreign Investments in the United States (“CFIUS”), particularly under the new regulations promulgated under the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act of 2018 (“FIRRMA”), including transactions involving controlling and non-controlling acquisitions of U.S. companies involved in the so-called “pilot program” businesses.
At Boston College Law School, he was a member of the team which won the Craven Moot Court Competition in 2018.
- Assisted in the representation of Palladium Equity Partners, LLC, in the completed sale of the parent company of DolEx Dollar Express, Inc., a leading provider of electronic funds transfer services, to a group of investors, including management.
- Assisted in the representation of an affiliate of Nautic Partners, LLC, in its acquisition of Spartech LLC, in partnership with Spartech management, from private equity owner Arsenal Capital Partners. Spartech is a custom manufacturer of specialized acrylics and other engineered extruded plastics used in a variety of applications and end markets, including aerospace and defense.
- Assisted in the representation of PTC Inc., a leading software developer for the CAD, PLM, and Internet of Things markets, in its acquisition of Onshape Inc. for approximately $470 million in cash, net of cash acquired.
- Represented Phoenix Tower International (PTI), a wireless communications infrastructure provider, in the closing of a $200 million senior secured credit facility.
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