About: Tabber Benedict

Tabber Benedict is an accomplished corporate lawyer carrying nearly a decade of legal experience in mergers and acquisitions (M&A) as well as corporate and securities matters. Before taking on his current position, Mr. Benedict worked in-house at an international insurance company (ACE Limited and as an attorney for three New York City law firms: Hughes, Hubbard, & Reed LLP; Schulte, Roth & Zabel LLP; and White & Case LLP. These firms provided Mr. Benedict with a wealth of experience across industries.

in the area of mergers and acquisitions, Tabber Benedict drafted purchase agreements, merger agreements, asset purchase agreements, joint venture agreement, a host of ancillary agreements,  as well as proxy statements, and all manner of M&A legal documents and memoranda. He performed due diligence, providing reports for clients that detailed company strengths, potential legal pitfalls, structural analysis and advice, valuations, potential liabilities, and shareholder analyses. Tabber Benedict also trained and managed junior associates, paralegals and internal specialty teams, local counsel and outside counsel.

Within the realm of corporate law, Tabber Benedict gained priceless exposure to securities, capital markets, and general corporate practices, enabling him to witness the full range of transactional services. He drafted Securities and Exchange Commission correspondence and memoranda, numerous 1934 Act filings, 1933 Act filings, and various other related forms.

Tabber Benedict’s recent in-house position with ACE Group allowed him to build upon his M&A expertise and corporate legal experience and obtain new experience working in-house. Holding the title of Vice President in the legal department, he was lead counsel on substantial matters involving transactional agreements and negotiations. In addition to advising senior executives, the board of directors and business teams throughout the worked, he coordinated with local and outside counsel. Tabber continued to work on SEC filings and capital markets worked while developing substantial experience handling hedge fund and private equity fund deals. Throughout his career, Tabber Benedict has handled international, domestic, private, and public deals.

Tabber Benedict is a member of the New York State and American Bar Associations. He earned his Juris Doctor at Columbia University Law School before beginning his legal career in New York City. In his free time, he enjoys tennis, squash, and travel. He is a fan of the New York food and art scene, a member of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and a regular supporter of the Lincoln Center and The Museum of the City of New York.


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