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O'Melveny Adds Todd Boes In San Francisco To Bolster Private Equity Team

O’Melveny announced today that C. Todd Boes, a private equity lawyer, will join the firm as a corporate partner based in San Francisco. Boes’s arrival adds to O’Melveny’s roster of California private equity partners.

“We are focused on adding to our already strong position in the California private equity sector, with partners in both Northern and Southern California advising some of the largest and most active private equity firms,” said O’Melveny chair Bradley J. Butwin. “Todd is a top-flight private equity specialist whose practice fits perfectly with our model and the needs of our clients. It’s our great pleasure to welcome him aboard.”

Boes’s private equity practice emphasizes mergers and acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, and other direct investments by private equity sponsors, as well as general corporate counseling for private equity portfolio companies.

“The private equity market in Northern California continues to evolve and become ever-more sophisticated, especially in the middle market sector,” said Boes. “In this environment, O’Melveny provides the ideal platform where lawyers across practices and geographies are truly integrated, and working on the same team, to help guide clients in this fast-changing marketplace.”

The fifth lateral partner to join O’Melveny’s Corporate Department in the past six months, Boes follows Terrence Dugan, Christopher Owens, Jason Kaplan, and Jeff Norton to the firm. Recent additions to O’Melveny’s Litigation Department include Michael Dreeben (former Deputy Solicitor General of the United States), Lisa Monaco (former Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Advisor to President Obama), and Anna Pletcher (former Assistant Chief of the U.S. Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division in San Francisco).

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