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Andy Levine, the co-chair of private equity at Jones Day, discussed the value of attorneys working together in the office as well as the current state of M&A and PE in this week's Drinks With The Deal podcast.  
Diane McKeever, the head of Ides Capital Management, discusses her latest campaigns and talks about collaborative efforts at Arcosa and Graphic Packaging.
Bob Grammig of Holland & Knight talks about the possible threat to law firms posed by artificial intelligence and the growth of his firm on the most recent Drinks With The Deal podcast.
Mark Viviano, the lead portfolio manager of the oil and gas-focused Kimmeridge’s public investment team, discusses ESG, his company’s latest activist investments and why change-of-control payments should include stock in combined companies.
Arlene Arin Hahn, who heads the tech transactions group at White & Case, discusses her practice and her personal reasons for being so passionate about diversity and inclusion during the latest Drinks With The Deal podcast.
Ian Nussbaum, an M&A partner at Cooley, discusses how he approaches reading case law and what he learns from it during the latest Drinks With The Deal podcast.
Chris Young, the global head of contested situations at Jefferies, discusses his view of the 'duopoly proxy advisory services' on contested M&A and director contests.
Len Teti, a tax partner at Cravath, discusses his work on spinoffs and how young tax lawyers should think about building their careers during the latest Drinks With The Deal podcast.  
The University of Pennsylvania professor David Skeel discusses the recent backlash against the bankruptcy system — including against judge shopping, the Texas Two-Step and third-party releases — and what can be done.
Lawrence Elbaum, the co-head of the shareholder activism practice at Vinson & Elkins, explains why activists will be back at Kohl’s next year, his expectations for Musk vs. Twitter and his case for SPACtivism.
Baker McKenzie partners Steven Canner and Darcy Down sit down to discuss the complexities of carve-out transactions, why more companies are considering them and how to make sure they are executed smoothly. Sponsored.
On the latest podcast, Patrick Ryan, the global head of finance and credit at Simpson Thacher, discusses the evolution of the lending markets over the course of his career and the rise of direct lending. 
Goodwin's Sean Donahue, a top corporate adviser on activism and an ex-SEC regulator, explains why proxy contest rule changes and a market 'dislocation' could create a 'perfect storm.'
On this week's Drinks With The Deal podcast, Steve Camahort, the chair of global M&A at Paul Hastings, discusses Elon Musk's bid for Twitter as well as the evolution of tech PE and the Bay Area legal market.
Court Square managing partner Jeff Vogel discusses the firm's approach to investing with founders, the spin out from Citi and changes in the tech market.
Professor Adam Levitin of Georgetown University on the latest Fresh Start podcast discussed what could happen to investors in cryptocurrency if a crypto exchange were to file for bankruptcy.
Rule Garza Howley’s Rick Rule and Dan Howley discuss why now is the right time for their antitrust boutique in Washington on the latest episode of Drinks With The Deal. Guest hosted by The Deal's Washington D.C. Senior Editor David Hatch.
Daniel Kerstein, Barclays' global head of M&A, ESG and activist defense, insists that the deal market hasn’t yet slowed down, but if it does activists will find new entry points.
Ernest Wechsler, head of the corporate group at Kramer Levin, discusses his approach to negotiation and the value of being collegial. 
Thomas H. Lee managing director Jim Carlisle discusses the buyout shop's approach to investing in technologies such as automation, software and online marketplaces.
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