Michael F. Rogers

Partner, Corporate
1000 Louisiana Street
Suite 2000
Houston, Texas 77002-2099
t 713.276.5769 f 713.276.6769

Mike Rogers is a corporate attorney handling transactional matters for a wide array of businesses throughout the U.S., including companies involved in live entertainment, venue development, beverage distribution, ATM ownership, oil and gas services, prescription drug sales and software development. Mike’s representative clients include:

  • ACE Theatrical Group LLC
  • Becker Interests LP
  • Cardtronics LP
  • Dril-Quip Inc.
  • Feld Motor Sports Inc.
  • Houston Distributing Company Inc.
  • KEG 1 LLC
  • Live Nation Entertainment Inc.
  • Luscinia Health Care
  • Thompson/Hanson Inc.
  • Ticketmaster LLP
  • BASE Entertainment

Clients rely on Mike’s skills, experience and tireless approach for a broad range of corporate legal needs. These include acquisitions, divestitures, debt financing, private equity financing, technology issues, joint venture formations and business organizational matters.

Mike has significant, first-hand experience with complex acquisitions, divestitures and joint ventures in a variety of industries, including live entertainment, ticketing and software. Many clients also hire Mike to assist in the negotiation and drafting of key operating contracts, and privately owned businesses utilize his services in developing and documenting ownership and governance schemes. These often include buy-sell arrangements, succession plans and integration with estate planning goals.

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