Goulston & Storrs, an Am Law 200 firm, is pleased to announce that Daniel Avery, a Director in the firm’s corporate and M&A practice, has received a 2023 JD Supra Readers’ Choice Award for his thought leadership on mergers and acquisitions. Avery was recognized as one of JD Supra’s top 10 M&A authors for highest readership and engagement in 2022, from a field of thousands of authors writing on M&A topics.
Avery is a nationally known expert on M&A transactions. He represents buyers and sellers, private equity, and strategic parties (domestically and internationally) across a variety of industry sectors. He has overseen the acquisition or disposition of more than 100 different businesses throughout the world. Avery was, for many years, a member of the Publishing Committee for the American Bar Association’s private company M&A Deal Point Studies, which are considered the most influential and established market studies in this area.
He was recently named to the Lawdragon 500 Dealmakers in America (2022) list, and received the JD Supra Readers’ Choice Award for M&A thought leadership in 2021. Avery regularly speaks and writes on a wide range of M&A and corporate law topics. His articles appear in Bloomberg Law, exploring M&A deal point trends on a topic-by-topic basis to provide practical insight into where these trends are heading, and the relevant implications for M&S deal professionals.
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