CFRE DEPARTMENT

Kilpatrick Townsend’s Corporate, Finance and Real Estate (CFRE) practice offers a unique platform for entrepreneurial and business-savvy attorneys to grow their practices.  Our approach emphasizes true partnership with our clients – investing in long-term relationships and establishing ourselves as trusted advisors by offering practical, business-oriented solutions that provide our clients with a distinct market advantage.

Kilpatrick Townsend earned record-breaking recognition in US NEWS – BEST LAWYERS®  2015 “Best Law Firms” rankings.  The firm garnered national first tier rankings for corporate law, employee benefits (ERISA) law and litigation (ERISA).

CFRE Department

  • Real Estate Finance & Capital Markets
    24
  • Employee Benefits
    13
  • Financial Institutions
    7
  • Government Relations
    1
  • Global Sourcing & Technology
    12
  • General Corporate, M&A and Securities
    33
  • Investment Management
    10
  • Nordic Legal Services
    32
  • Real Estate Investment & Development
    14
  • Tax
    3
  • Total Team Members - 149

    10

    of the 25 largest financial institutions apply capital, manage regulations, and meet market demands with Kilpatrick Townsend at their side

    5

    of the top 7 Fortune 50 Future Leaders work with Kilpatrick Townsend to grow and protect their businesses

    CASE STUDY

    CRH plc | Oldcastle Materials

    Ash Grove Cement Acquisition

    Working across 13 teams, 41 Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys represented international building materials group CRH plc in its $3.5 billion acquisition of publicly-traded Kansas-based cement maker Ash Grove Cement. In connection with obtaining antitrust approval of the Ash Grove acquisition, the firm handled five ancillary transactions, totaling over $305 million in value. CRH senior executives selected the firm to handle this series of transformational transactions based on our intimate knowledge of the company derived from a nearly 20-year representation of CRH’s U.S. subsidiaries, including more than 50 sizable transactions. With the acquisition of Ash Grove, CRH is now the fourth largest producer of cement in the U.S.