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Q&A with Richard Waggoner

Corporate Finance Law360
01.06.10

Richard Waggoner is a partner and private equity team leader at Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP. His practice for over 25 years has focused on representing investors and issuers in private equity transactions, mergers and acquisitions, contracts, and general business matters.

Waggoner has advised his clients on divestitures, executive compensation and employment agreement matters, as well as serving as outside general counsel for many companies, including a number of private equity controlled portfolio companies.

Q: What attracted you to your practice area?

A: I liked the ability to help clients accomplish their goals. In my practice, clients are buying or selling and there is a real sense of being a business partner with the client in planning and executing their strategy.

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