November 28, 2022

Volume XII, Number 332

Eric Blumrosen

Eric Blumrosen is a Partner at Foley & Lardner's Houston office. He is a corporate lawyer focusing on mergers & acquisitions, private equity, joint ventures, corporate finance and venture capital transactions, primarily within the Energy, Innovative Technology, and Health Care and Life Sciences sectors. A significant portion of his practice is advising non-U.S. clients in cross-border transactions, establishing operations and making strategic acquisitions in the United States. When handling cross-border transactions with clients in Europe, Canada and Mexico, Eric routinely collaborates with non-U.S. law firms to achieve his client goals. Eric’s practice spans 30 years, including numerous corporate transactions, mergers & acquisitions, private equity matters, recapitalizations, workouts and equity and debt financings. He is co-chair of Foley’s Energy sector and is a member of the firm’s Transactional; Private Equity & Venture Capital; and Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) practices.

Clients seek Eric’s skillful legal advice, practical approach and sound judgment. His broad business exposure and ability to clearly communicate impactful considerations are the hallmark of his work. Eric earns his reputation as a trusted advisor, guiding clients to make informed decisions surrounding sophisticated transactions. He advises C-suite executives and general counsel at public and private companies, private equity funds and private equity portfolio companies, boards of directors, business owners and entrepreneurs across a diverse range of industries such as energy, technology, health care, consulting, construction, food, hospitality, financial advisory, manufacturing, fabrication, chemicals, medical device and real estate.

Eric’s experience includes representing private equity sponsors to make investments in portfolio companies and advises portfolio companies in various capacities. His background also includes representing public companies in corporate finance through public and private offerings of equity and debt, securities reporting and compliance, mergers & acquisitions, ESG considerations and executive compensation matters as well as counseling boards of directors and board committees on corporate governance matters.

Based in Foley’s Houston office, Eric is a former member of Foley’s national Management Committee.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Eric Blumrosen