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Lyle G. Ganske

Lyle Ganske advises significant companies, focusing primarily on M&A, takeovers, takeover preparedness, corporate governance, executive compensation, and general corporate counseling.

Lyle has been involved in 46 transactions that each had a value in excess of $1 billion and over 50 proxy contests and battles for corporate control. He represents the boards of approximately 100 public companies on fiduciary duty-related matters. He has experience with M&A involving an array of industries, including telecom, energy, manufacturing, retailing, and process industries. Representative transactions include: Nextel Communications' $46.5 billion merger-of-equals with Sprint, Albertsons' $17.4 billion acquisition by a consortium of investors, Federated Department Stores' $17 billion acquisition of May Department Stores, Procter & Gamble's $3.3 billion divestiture of Folgers, The Lubrizol Corporation's $9.7 billion acquisition by Berkshire Hathaway, Goodrich Corporation's $18.4 billion merger with United Technologies, the $1.5 billion stock-for-stock sale of RTI International Metals to Alcoa, and the $4.75 billion cash-and-stock sale of Exelis to Harris Corporation. [1]