Larry E. Glasgow

Partner, Corporate
2021 McKinney Avenue
Suite 1600
Dallas, Texas 75201
t 214.999.4594 f 214.999.3594

Recognized, The Best Lawyers® in America
(Steven Naifeh & Gregory White Smith eds., Woodward/White Inc.)

Larry Glasgow, a widely respected, well-known mergers and acquisitions attorney, is frequently hired by acquirers and sellers in transactions ranging in size from mid-market to in excess of $1 billion. Working on coast-to-coast and cross-border transactions, he has closed deals for private equity and other clients in many industries, including healthcare, energy, banking, trucking, entertainment, hospitality and technology.

Based on years of deal-making, Larry knows how to structure, negotiate and document every aspect of a transaction, bringing in the right subject matter specialists as necessary. He has a unique ability to effectively manage the issues and the emotion that can derail a negotiation. With the goal of closing the deal, his focus is ensuring that everyone gets the deal they planned at the outset. His clients and their advisors consistently refer Larry to other public or private buyers and sellers seeking mergers and acquisitions attorneys throughout the U.S. and internationally.

As a co-creator of the American Bar Association's influential M&A Deal Points Studies, Larry is widely recognized for his thought leadership and has helped shape M&A practice around the world. He is a founding co-chair of the American Bar Association's M&A Market Trends Subcommittee, which publishes the Deal Points Studies. He is a widely sought-after expert witness in corporate and M&A matters.

Larry is passionate about establishing and maintaining best practices in M&A. 13 years ago, Larry co-founded the M&A Institute at the University of Texas School of Law, and he continues to co-chair the annual conference. It brings leading practitioners and experts in finance, accounting and law together to discuss the latest trends, opportunities and concerns facing the industry.

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