Bryce Linsenmayer is a partner in Greenspoon Marder’s Corporate & Business practice group. With three decades of domestic and cross-border legal experience, Mr. Linsenmayer concentrates his practice on mergers and acquisitions and securities law. He also advises clients on a wide range of business services, including joint ventures, technology licensing, corporate governance, insolvency and restructuring transactions, oil and gas transactions, and corporate structuring. In addition, Mr. Linsenmayer has a comprehensive experience in a broad range of industries including cyber security, energy, environmental, healthcare, oilfield services, staffing and high-tech industries.
Mr. Linsenmayer regularly serves as principal outside general counsel to his corporate clients on complex transactional matters. As a seasoned practitioner in corporate governance, he represents issuers and investment bankers in public offerings and domestic and foreign private placements of debt and equity securities. Mr. Linsenmayer has extensive experience negotiating and closing mergers, acquisitions, and strategic partnerships, having negotiated and closed deals ranging from tens of millions of dollars to more than one billion. He has obtained favorable outcomes in and out of the boardroom, understanding every aspect of a transaction, and thrives on serving his clients’ specific needs.
Mr. Linsenmayer has created an extensive network of high-profile clients including domestic and international public and privately held companies. Mr. Linsenmayer also offers in-depth experience with public offerings on the NYSE, NASDAQ, and The London Stock Exchange, particularly The AIM Market for smaller cap companies.
Prior to joining Greenspoon Marder, Mr. Linsenmayer was a partner at numerous prestigious AM Law 200 law firms representing domestic and international public companies and investment banks. Mr. Linsenmayer is known in the complex regulatory industries for his particular skills in cross-border transactions and fundraisings.
- J.D., The University of Texas School of Law, 1991
- The Review of Litigation, Managing Editor, 1991
- B.A., Trinity University, Art History, English, International Studies, cum laude, 1988
- Phi Beta Kappa
- INSTEP Program in Comparative Law and Politics, The London School of Economics and Political Science, 1987
Professional and Community Involvement
- Bering Omega Community Services
- Board of Directors, 2006 – 2012, 2014 – 2016
- Former Chairman, 2009 – 2011
- Friends of St. Paul’s Cathedral, London
- The Legal 500 United States, M&A/Corporate and Commercial Markets
- Author, “SEC Adopts Payment Disclosure Rules for Resource Extraction Issuers,” Oil & Gas Alert, August 2, 2016
- Author, “A Practitioners’ Guide to the AIM Rules,” Thompson-London, 2014
- Author, “The Brexit Opportunity: The UK Is Having A 20% Off Sale,” Oil & Gas Financial Journal, July 2016 issue