How Practitioners Can Apply Legal Project Management to M&A: New Tools for New Times

By on August 15, 2014

Learn how corporate counsel should (and are) adopting new tools and technologies resulting in significant efficiencies in legal project management. Byron Kalogerou, a Corporate partner in McDermott’s Boston office and co-chair of the Legal Project Management Task Force of the M&A Committee of the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association, explains why the “old way” no longer works and how legal project management is being utilized for M&A transactions. 

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Byron S. Kalogerou
Byron S. Kalogerou is the founder and chair of the Firm’s Life Science Industry Group and leads the Boston Corporate Practice. Byron focuses his practice on domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, finance, and joint ventures and alliances. He has substantial on-the-ground experience structuring mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and joint ventures on six continents. Byron has extensive industry background in the medical device, industrial and manufacturing sectors. He also acts as outside general counsel to a number of companies. Read Byron Kalogerou's full bio.