Robert J. Grammig is a partner and leader of the firm-wide Public Companies and Securities Practice at Holland & Knight. Mr. Grammig has practiced for over 25 years in the areas of public company mergers and acquisitions, securities law, general corporate law and international business transactions. He serves on the firm’s Directors Committee.
Mr. Grammig has represented both companies and underwriters in numerous public company offerings. He has also led legal teams on behalf of acquirers, target companies and special committees in a large number of publicly announced merger and acquisition transactions, several of which valued at greater than $1.0 billion. Mr. Grammig also regularly advises boards of directors, audit committees and special committees regarding corporate governance matters. He has devoted a substantial part of his practice to international business transactions, representing both United States and foreign entities, including representations involving significant acquisitions in Colombia, Malaysia and Japan. He regularly participates as a panelist in KPMG’s Audit Committee Institute.
Prior to joining Holland & Knight, he served as a law clerk to The Honorable Thomas A. Clark, United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth and Eleventh Circuits.
Mr. Grammig is a member of the Tampa Bay Crisis Center’s Board of Governors, The Florida Bar and the District of Columbia Bar Association.more » « less
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