Barnes & Thornburg partners Anthony Arnold and Jason Karlov have been recognized by the Los Angeles and Orange County Business of Law Magazine, published by the Los Angeles Times, in its Business of Law: Trends, Updates, Visionaries & In-House Counsel Leadership Awards Edition. The feature included firm attorneys who are considered visionaries for their contributions and leadership within their organizations, the legal field, and the community at large.
Arnold was named to the list for his work managing and providing guidance to deal teams of legal professionals in the areas of intellectual property, securities, debt finance, tax, employment and executive compensation, and environmental law, as well as to accountants, bankers and other professional service providers in connection with structuring negotiating and closing complex transactions. The feature notes he has ”earned significant respect by clients in the areas of private equity, venture capital, M&A, corporate governance and general corporate transactions” and “adds value by making introductions between investors and connecting them with opportunities that may be of interest - to create bridges between company owners, investors and other potential partners.”
Karlov appears on the list for his work advising and guiding virtually all types of clients through advertising, branding, content and sponsorship deals, from both the buyer’s and seller’s vantage points. He is lauded for being “the go-to for a wide range of big names and labels in the entertainment and music arenas, with live events and in the cross-over with various technologies.”
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