Clark Hill Adds Vince Cangolosi To Corporate Practice
Clark Hill announced today that Vince Cangolosi has joined the firm as a Member of its Corporate business unit.
Cangolosi, who is based in the firm’s Houston office, represents clients across numerous industries in mergers and acquisitions and securities offerings. He also advises insurance companies providing transactional insurance coverage to parties involved in acquisitions.
“I hadn’t previously worked with Clark Hill attorneys before in my transactional experience, but I knew of their reputation. This reputation was solidified from my first interview with the firm, and I knew this was the place for me,” Cangolosi said. “I immediately clicked with the personalities here.”
Cangolosi has also helped guide private and public transactions and joint ventures for businesses involved in energy, pharmaceuticals, biotech, medical devices, e-commerce, consumer electronics and products, and industrial products.
“We’re excited to have Vince join our team,” said Jarrod Duffy, co-chair of the Corporate business unit. “His transactional experience in numerous industries in Houston is an excellent value add to our already strong team.”
In addition to his legal practice, Cangolosi emphasizes his passion for providing mentorship to junior attorneys as part of his day-to-day work.
“That comes from my military background and conducting after-action reviews following training exercises,” Cangolosi said. “We would discuss what went well or what could be improved, and I do that regularly with junior associates. I’ve had many remain in contact with me throughout the years since they struggle to get feedback elsewhere, and that’s something I’ll continue and expand here.”
“When Vince told us about his background, including his commitment to mentoring young attorneys, we knew he would be a great fit for Clark Hill,” said Corporate business unit co-chair Patrick Owens.
Cangolosi graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 1996 and served in the U.S. Army until 1999 and the California Army National Guard until 2003. While working in the semiconductor industry, he earned an MBA from Santa Clara University in 2003 and then attended the UCLA School of Law, earning a J.D. in corporate law in 2006.
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