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Arthur M. Nathan

Arthur Nathan has more than 38 years of experience counseling clients in mergers and acquisitions, business and tax planning, and other transactional matters. His practice includes structuring, negotiating, and handling mergers, acquisitions, dispositions, leveraged buyouts, and tax-free reorganizations; corporate spin-offs, split-offs, and split-ups; private equity, family business planning, partnership and limited liability company transactions, and corporate dissolutions; and advising on shareholder and business owner disputes. Arthur has been board certified in tax law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1983.

Arthur has represented U.S. and foreign companies in acquisitions of corporations owned in whole or in part by ESOPs and in acquisitions and dispositions of power plants, power services, oil field services, and engineering services companies throughout the United States, including structuring, taxable and tax-free planning, financing, negotiations, and auction purchases. Prior to joining Jones Day, he represented one of the largest armored car, ATM, and cash management services companies with operations throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico. He also has represented companies in sales tax audits before the Texas Comptroller, including contested sales tax matters relating to electricity and other exemptions. [1]