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Kevin L. Hill

Associate
+1.503.226.5782
Fax +1.503.248.9085

Kevin Hill is an associate at the firm’s Portland office, where he is a member of the Corporate/M&A practice group. His practice touches nearly all aspects of transactional corporate law, but he primarily focuses on securities regulation, corporate governance and capital markets.

 

Professional Background

Prior to joining K&L Gates, Mr. Hill served as a corporate associate in the Irvine office of a global law firm where he advised public companies on securities law issues and compliance matters, and drafted and reviewed periodic filings, annual reports and proxy statements. Prior to attending law school, Mr. Hill spent seven years working in various finance positions with the Boeing Company in Anaheim, CA.

Corporate Finance
  • Representation of various homebuilding companies in their public debt offerings ranging up to $800 million, in the aggregate.
  • Representation of underwriters in a $75 million “at the market” offering program for a corporation that provides of natural gas fuels and services.
  • Representation of a manufacturer of diagnostic healthcare products in its $150 offering of convertible senior notes.
  • Representation of privately held software company in its private offering of a new series of preferred membership units.

Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Representation of a corporation in the photonics industry in connection with its $980 million acquisition by a global technologies provider company.
  • Representation of a biotechnology company in its $17 million purchase of preferred stock of a privately held biopharmaceutical company.
  • Representation of a registered investment adviser firm’s merger with another registered investment adviser firm, resulting in the creation of an investment advisory firm with almost $13 billion of assets under management.
  • Representation of a global medical device company in its $3.3 billion acquisition of medical device developer and manufacturer.
  • Representation of private distribution company in the buyout of certain equity holders.