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Troutman Pepper adds partner in Corporate Practice Group

Matt Rupp has joined Troutman Pepper as a partner in the Corporate Practice Group. Most recently, Rupp served as a partner at McDermott Will & Emery.

Rupp has spent more than 10 years counselling clients on a variety of corporate matters. He focuses his practice on representing private equity and other investment funds, private and public companies, and family offices in a wide variety of transactions, with an emphasis on mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, recapitalisations, restructurings, joint ventures, and general corporate counselling.
“Matt has significant complex M&A and private equity experience. As Troutman Pepper’s private equity group continues to grow, this will allow the team to provide more services and show our clients more depth,” says Mason Bayler, chair of the firm’s Transactional Department.
Rupp will work with partners in the Corporate, Health Science, and Technology practice areas on private equity and mergers and acquisitions issues.
“Matt’s experience at McDermott, his connections in the Midwest and his drive to excel all indicate that he will be able to instill confidence in our current clients,” says Partner Matt Greenberg, who leads the Corporate Practice Group. “We are delighted to welcome him into the firm’s partnership.”
“I look forward to joining Troutman Pepper’s highly regarded Corporate Practice and contributing to its growth by continuing to advise on their most significant private equity and transactional matters,” says Rupp. “I am excited to contribute my expertise to ensuring clients continue to receive excellent service.”
Consistently recognised as a top-tier national practice, Troutman Pepper’s corporate attorneys regularly handle multimillion- and multibillion-dollar transactions. Core areas of service include capital markets transactions and other significant domestic and cross-border transactions, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, securities laws compliance, and corporate finance.
Rupp earned both his JD and BA degrees from the University of Michigan.

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