Noah Black works with clients on the design, implementation and administration of qualified benefit plans, health and welfare benefit plans and deferred compensation packages. He also provides diligence and support on employee benefits and compensation issues arising in mergers, acquisitions and other corporate transactions.
Prior to joining Bass, Berry & Sims, Noah worked with the U.S. Department of Labor in the Employee Benefits Security Administration where he investigated retirement plans and plan service providers to ensure compliance with Title I of ERISA and negotiated with fiduciaries to resolve ERISA violations.
We represented a civil engineering company in establishing an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) and successfully acquiring 49% of the company in a leveraged transaction in the amount of $6.6 million.
Engility Holdings Merges with SAIC for $2.5 Billion
Represented American Physician Partners in its acquisition of Texas-based Emergigroup Physician Associates
Represented PhyMed Healthcare Group in its Partnership with Grand Canyon Anesthesia
Represented Gen Cap America in its sale of portfolio company CPS Distributors, Inc.
Represented Wholesale, LLC and Wholesale Express, LLC in its sale to RumbleOn, Inc (Nasdaq: RMBL) for $16 million in cash and 1,317,329 in shares of RumbleOn Series B Preferred Stock
Represented Hibbett Sports (Nasdaq: HIBB) in Acquisition of City Gear
Represented LFM Capital in its acquisition of a forestry mulching equipment manufacturer
Represented Gen Cap America in its acquisition of a physical therapy, fitness and wellness products provider
Represented LFM Capital in Michigan-based manufacturer
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