Alex Voxman is recognized as "a rare lawyer" who can "think outside the box" and is "great with challenging legal issues" and is "very creative and a real problem solver."Chambers USA 2018

W. Alex Voxman

Los Angeles
  • 355 South Grand Avenue, Suite 100
  • Los Angeles, CA 90071-1560
  • USA
 
 

Alex Voxman serves as Chair of Latham’s Los Angeles Corporate Department and Co-Chair of the firm’s Internet & Digital Media Industry Group. His practice focuses primarily on mergers and acquisitions, private equity transactions, public and private securities offerings, venture capital transactions, and general company representation.

Mr. Voxman has represented a broad range of domestic and international businesses, including numerous clients in the Internet and digital media, e-commerce, entertainment, life sciences, aerospace, and food and beverage industries.

Mr. Voxman currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Business and Corporate Law Section of the Los Angles County Bar Association. In addition, Mr. Voxman has served as an adjunct professor of law at the University of Southern California Law School, teaching a course on mergers and acquisitions.

Mr. Voxman's representative experience includes advising:

  • Ring.com in connection with its acquisition by Amazon.com, preferred stock financings, and general corporate matters
  • Riot Games in connection with its acquisition by Tencent, its investment in Curse, Inc. and other general corporate matters
  • System1 in connection with its acquisition of Infospace and other acquisitions, equity financing transactions, and general corporate matters
  • Honey Sciences Corporation in connection with preferred stock financing and general corporate matters
  • Techstyle, Inc. (f/k/a JustFab) in connection with its acquisition of shoedazzle.com, numerous preferred stock equity financings, and general corporate matters
  • The Trade Desk in connection with its initial public offering, preferred stock financings, and general corporate matters
  • Fresh Direct in connection with numerous preferred stock financings and general corporate matters
  • OpenX in connection with mergers and acquisitions and general corporate matters
  • Surf Air Global Limited in connection with preferred stock financings and general corporate matters
  • Fullscreen in connection with its acquisition of McBeard Media
  • Leaf Group (f/k/a Demand Media) in connection with its initial public offering, its spin-off of Rightside Ltd., preferred stock equity financings, and numerous acquisitions and dispositions
  • Tradesy.com in connection with preferred stock financings, acquisitions of ecommerce companies, and general corporate matters
  • Slickdeals, LLC in connection with general corporate matters
  • The Huffington Post in connection with its sale to AOL
  • Digital Turbine (f/k/a Mandalay Digital) in connection with its acquisition of Appia
  • Intelligent Beauty in connection with its sale of dermstore.com to Target Corporation
  • Whip Networks, Inc. in connection with numerous preferred stock equity financings
  • Nestlé and its affiliates in connection with numerous acquisitions, dispositions, strategic investments, and joint venture transactions
  • Bleacher Report in connection with its sale to Turner Broadcasting System
  • Intermix Media in connection with the formation, capitalization, and preferred stock financing of its majority owned subsidiary Myspace, Inc. and the sale of Intermix/Myspace to Newscorp

 
 
 
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