Danny Nordstrom is a corporate associate in the San Francisco office of Latham & Watkins. Mr. Nordstrom primarily handles mergers and acquisitions and other strategic corporate transactions. He advises private and public companies and private equity firms and their portfolio companies in connection with acquisitions, dispositions, joint ventures, controlling and minority investments, and general corporate matters.

Mr. Nordstrom started his career at Latham in the firm’s London office where he focused on cross-border capital markets transactions.

Mr. Nordstrom received his JD from Northwestern University School of Law, graduating cum laude in 2014. While in law school, he interned with the US Securities and Exchange Commission and in the legal departments of a hedge fund and a private equity firm. 

Mr. Nordstrom's representative experience includes advising:

  • ArchiMed, a healthcare-focused investment firm, in its US$1.2 billion take-private acquisition of Natus Medical, a medical device company
  • Pipedrive, a leading sales CRM platform, in its sale to Vista Equity Partners
  • ILC Dover, a global engineering and manufacturing company and portfolio company of Behrman Capital, in its sale to New Mountain Capital
  • RBNC Therapeutics, a biotechnology company backed by Arch Venture Partners, in its initial formation through the acquisition of multiple life sciences companies
  • Orbital Therapeutics, a biotechnology company backed by Arch Venture Partners and a16z, in its formation, initial funding, and entry into a collaboration agreement with Beam Therapeutics
  • Servco Pacific Capital in its investment in Fender Musical Instruments Corporation through the acquisition of shares from TPG Growth
  • Arixa Pharmaceuticals, a developer of oral antibiotics, in its sale to Pfizer
  • Broadcom, Inc. in multiple strategic acquisitions
  • Education.com, a venture backed educational technology company, in its sale to IXL Leaning
  • RapidAI in its acquisition of EndoVantage, LLC
  • IMGN Media, a media technology company, in its sale to Warner Music Group
  • A publicly traded global medical device company in its convertible debt investment in, and concurrent purchase of an option to acquire, a pre-commercial biotechnology company 

Bar Qualification

  • California


  • JD, Northwestern University School of Law, 2014
    cum laude
  • BA Economics, BS Journalism, University of Kansas, 2011
    summa cum laude