SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Hoge Fenton is pleased to announce that senior corporate/M&A attorney Peter D. Feinberg has joined the firm.
Recently in solo practice, Peter previously was a partner in the Business & Finance Group at Thelen Reid & Priest in San Francisco, and a partner at the former Ferrari, Olsen, Ottoboni & Bebb firm in San Jose. He also served as in-house counsel at NetApp and Clorox, and early in his career was a Deputy Attorney General for the State of California.
Having successfully closed more than 100 deals, Feinberg’s expertise is in corporate formation, structuring, reorganization and governance; finance and venture capital transactions; securities law compliance; domestic and global mergers & acquisitions; and domestic and global business & intellectual property transactions. His skill set and experience enhances the ability of the firm to handle an increased volume of complex, cross-border M & A deals, while still being able to provide quick turnaround to clients on more routine business and technology transactions.
“Peter’s energy, expertise and outstanding reputation perfectly align with our corporate/M & A practice, and we are pleased he has joined our team,” commented Steven D. Siner, the firm’s Managing Shareholder. “We look forward to his playing a significant role in our practice group’s continued growth.”
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For many clients, we are the smart alternative to “big law.” We are a mid-sized, multi-service law firm headquartered in Silicon Valley. In continuous existence for 60 years, Hoge Fenton enjoys a stellar reputation in the legal community, with 11 alumni having gone on to serve on the bench in Santa Clara County Superior Court, Monterey County Superior Court, California Court of Appeal and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
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