Clark Hill Attorney Todd R. Southwell to Co-Chair the Association for Corporate Growth 8th Annual Food Conference in Chicago, IL on May 11, 2017
CHICAGO, IL – Clark Hill attorney Todd R. Southwell is Co-Chair of the Association for Corporate Growth’s (AGC) 8th Annual Food Conference in Chicago, IL on May 11, 2017. The conference will focus on insights of food industry executives regarding strategic growth, supply chain, branding and market trends of financing. Southwell will moderate a question and answer session regarding branding issues encountered by food companies.
Southwell is a Member in Clark Hill's Corporate Practice Group. His areas of focus include mergers & acquisitions, private equity and venture capital transactions and general corporate representation matters. He is directly involved in all phases of transactions and business counseling matters, including management and board discussions, initial planning, structuring, negotiation, document drafting and implementation.
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