Daniel Breslin is a corporate associate in the Chicago office of Latham & Watkins. He advises private equity sponsors, portfolio companies, and public and private strategic clients primarily on mergers and acquisitions, both in the US and cross-border. Mr. Breslin's wide range of transactional experience includes:
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Minority investments
- Joint ventures
- Corporate reorganizations and restructurings
- Corporate governance
Mr. Breslin has represented clients in a broad spectrum of industries, including automotive, retail, lodging/hospitality, and manufacturing.
He is a member of Latham's Ethics Committee.
Mr. Breslin’s experience includes representing:
- The Carlyle Group in connection with its acquisition of Acosta Sales & Marketing
- Bass Pro Shops in its US$5.5 billion acquisition of Cabela's Incorporated and related preferred equity financing
- Onex Partners in connection with the US$3.55 billion acquisition by Onex and Baring Private Equity Asia of the Intellectual Property & Science business of Thomson Reuters Corporation
- Johnson Electric in connection with its approximately CAD$800 million acquisition of Stackpole International
- Sirona Dental in its US$13.3 billion merger of equals with DENTSPLY International to create the world’s largest manufacturer of professional dental products and technologies
- Globe Specialty Metals in its US$3.1 billion merger of equals with Grupo FerroAtlantica to create a leading international silicon and specialty metals producer
- The Pritzker Organization in connection with the approximately US$1 billion acquisition of TMS International Corp.
- GTCR, LLC in connection with its acquisition of Correctional Healthcare Companies
- Hyatt Hotels Corporation in connection with its approximately US$220 million sale of the Hyatt Residential Group
- LifeStorage LP, a US provider of self-storage space services, in connection with Sovran Self Storage’s US$1.3 billion acquisition of LifeStorage
- Illinois Tool Works in its US$450 million acquisition of the Engineered Fasteners and Components business (EF&C) of ZF TRW, an automotive OEM and components supplier