LOS ANGELES, Sept. 20, 2017 — Law firm Ervin Cohen & Jessup (ECJ) has added Partner Sander C. Zagzebski, a transactional and corporate securities attorney with expertise at capital-raising transactions, new media and public corporations.
“We’re very excited about Sander bringing his talent to our team,” said ECJ Partner Randy Leff, a litigator who oversees the firm’s lateral recruiting. “He complements our corporate practice by enhancing our M&A, corporate finance, private equity and venture capital/strategic alliances.”
Zagzebski has represented technology and new media companies, investment advisors, aerospace and defense companies, manufacturing companies, entertainment companies, and consumer product companies in M&A and other strategic corporate transactions from under $10 million to over $1 billion.
Zagzebski says he looks forward to deepening the firm’s strength in such areas as M&A, private equity, corporate finance, transactions, joint ventures and strategic alliances.
“Ervin Cohen & Jessup is at an inflection point in its evolution and it’s exciting to be part of the firm during this time,” said Zagzebski. “The firm’s full-service capabilities in real estate, bankruptcy, tax and litigation are highly complementary to my practice and will be a tremendous resource to my clients.”
Zagzebski formerly practiced at Eisner Jaffe, where he chaired its Corporate Department. Previous firms include Latham & Watkins and Troop Meisinger Steuber & Pasich. He has a Bachelor of Science from Loyola Marymount University and a J.D. from Loyola Law School. His affiliations include the Board of Trustees of Catholic Charities of Los Angeles and the Board of Directors of the Long Beach Rowing Association.
Ervin Cohen & Jessup LLP is a full-service firm that provides a broad range of business-related legal services including corporate law; litigation; intellectual property & technology law; real estate transactions and finance; construction & environmental law; tax planning and controversies; employment law; health care law; bankruptcy, receivership and reorganization; and estate planning. For more information, visit http://www.ecjlaw.com/.