January 19, 2022

Volume XII, Number 19


Elizabeth K. Lange

Elizabeth Lange represents public and private clients, including Fortune 50 and startup companies, in mergers and acquisitions, governance, and other corporate and securities matters. Recognized for her involvement in social enterprise and impact finance law, Lizzie has written extensively on legal and regulatory issues relating to social enterprise legal forms.

Corporate and Securities

Experienced in complex transactions, Lizzie has represented clients in transactions with deal sizes ranging from several million dollars to over $1 billion. Lizzie works with companies in a variety of industries and focuses her practice on mergers and acquisitions, venture capital/corporate venture capital and emerging companies, corporate restructurings, private securities offerings, divestitures and general corporate matters. Lizzie also represents various benefit corporations and emerging venture-backed companies.

In addition, Lizzie advises clients on corporate governance matters and general business issues.

Lizzie is active in the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG), a global network of senior-level dealmakers. She participated in ACG University, an in-depth educational and networking program for M&A professionals, and she has been an active alum serving as an outreach ambassador. She is currently serving on ACG’s Membership Committee.

Lizzie is a contributing author for the Corporate Attorney’s Practice Guide and the Bloomberg BNA Corporate Practice Series: Benefit Corporations.

Representative Experience

  • Represented Cott Corporation (NYSE: COT), a leading beverage manufacturer, with respect to M&A and strategic and general corporate matters. In particular, over the last several years Lizzie has advised Cott on acquisition and divestiture transactions ranging from under $5 million to over $750 million.

  • Represented a private equity fund focusing on the transportation sector and its portfolio companies in acquisition and divestiture transactions and other strategic initiatives.

  • Represented a privately held manufacturer of household appliances in its $90 million acquisition of a power cell company.

  • Represented U.S.-based consulting firm in $220 million sale to an international-based strategic buyer.

  • Represented a market research and data analytics company in $175 million sale to a private equity buyer.

  • Represented a major cable provider in its strategic acquisition of a dynamic ad insertion and alternative content delivery company.

  • Represented the venture capital arm of a major cable provider in connection with investments in the mobile software, digital advertising and social media industries


Articles in the National Law Review database by Elizabeth K. Lange