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Cameron A. Reese

Cameron Reese's practice focuses on corporate and securities matters, including private equity and venture capital financings, equity and debt securities offerings, business formation, corporate governance and compliance, general business counseling, and strategic planning and raising capital for emerging growth companies. He has represented companies in the biotechnology, health food, media, communications, hardware, software, technology, health care, real estate (including golf and leisure clubs), medical device, and telecommunications industries.

Prior to joining Jones Day, Cameron was involved in numerous transactions, including A-Life Medical in its merger with and into Ingenix (a subsidiary of United Health Group) for a total merger consideration of approximately $85 million, Medical Nutrition USA in its merger with and into Danone North America for a total merger consideration of approximately $60 million, Phreadz USA in its reverse merger into a public shell, Trusonic in connection with the sale of its outstanding capital stock to Fluid Media Networks, Safe Life Corp. in its acquisition of the outstanding capital stock of Triosyn and subsequent initial capitalization for approximately $27.5 million, and Volvo Construction Equipment North America in its acquisition of all of the outstanding capital stock of Mathews Machinery. He also represented WFP Investments in its acquisition of the outstanding capital stock of Mayacama Golf Club and of Cordillera Golf Club, Kimpton Hotels in connection with the formation of a $200 million investment fund, and a buyer in connection with the acquisition of a vineyard and related winery located in Sonoma County. [1]