Clark Hill Corporate Attorney Steven R. Pacynski Recognized as a Rising Star by 2020 Association for Corporate Growth M&A All-Stars
Clark Hill Corporate attorney Steven R. Pacynski was recently recognized as a Rising Star by the 2020 Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) M&A All-Stars. The winners will be recognized at the 12th annual ceremony at 6:00 p.m. on October 8, 2020, at the Townsend Hotel in downtown Birmingham, MI.
“Pacynski says time management is an essential part of his professional life. ‘The M&A part of my life can be up and down,’ he says. ‘You’re either racing to get a deal done or you’re strategizing as you wait for all the pieces of a transaction to come together. My practice is industry-agnostic, so I can jump from one field to another, which keeps things interesting. I also do commercial contract review, general business and commercial matters, compliance and general corporate governance, and corporate law.’”
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