Bryce Linsenmayer is a member of the firm’s Corporate Practice Group where his legal practice is focused on securities law and mergers and acquisitions. In his third decade of practice, Mr. Linsenmayer is known for his unwavering pragmatism and steadfast business focus in transactions, corporate governance issues and overall business planning initiatives. Known for his particular skills in cross-border transactions and fundraisings, Mr. Linsenmayer is valued for his team-spiritedness and commitment to achieving the best results for his clients.
Mr. Linsenmayer primarily acts as principal outside counsel to his clients, assisting them across the broad spectrum of their transactional legal needs. Much of his time is spent advising issuers and investment bankers in public offerings and domestic and foreign private placements of debt and equity securities. He is heavily involved in negotiating and closing mergers, acquisitions and strategic partnerships having negotiated and closed deals ranging from hundreds of millions of dollars to more than one billion. Mr. Linsenmayer understands every component of a transaction, and thrives on serving as a catalyst for realizing each clients’ specific goals.
Mr. Linsenmayer has experience across a number of industries namely the energy, healthcare, environmental, insurance, travel and leisure, cyber security, and technology industries. He advises on general corporate planning, including domestic and international public and privately held companies. He has represented clients in oil and gas transactions, corporate structuring, insolvency and restructuring transactions and securities transactions. Mr. Linsenmayer offers in-depth experience with public offerings on the NYSE, NASDAQ and The London Stock Exchange, particularly the AIM Market for smaller cap companies.
He is recommended in the Legal 500 United States for his work in the M&A/Corporate and Commercial markets and is a regular contributor to “A Practitioners’ Guide to the AIM Rules” (Thompson-London, 2014).
Mr. Linsenmayer and his husband have two children and they are all members of Friends of St. Paul's Cathedral, London.
Bering Omega Community Services, Board of Directors (2006 to 2012, 2014 to 2016), Former Chairman (2009 to 2011)
Friends of St. Paul's Cathedral, London
- “A Practitioners’ Guide to the AIM Rules,” Thompson-London, 2014
- “SEC Adopts Payment Disclosure Rules for Resource Extraction Issuers,” Oil & Gas Alert, August 2, 2016
- "The Brexit Opportunity: The UK Is Having A 20% Off Sale," Oil & Gas Financial Journal, July 2016 issue
The University of Texas School of Law, JD, 1991
The Review of Litigation, Managing Editor, 1991
Trinity University, BA, cum laude, 1988
Phi Beta Kappa
INSTEP Program in Comparative Law and Politics, The London School of Economics and Political Science, 1987
Legal 500 United States, M&A/Corporate and Commercial Markets