Rebekah Raber advises a diverse range of clients from Fortune 500 companies to emerging businesses on corporate matters including mergers and acquisitions, private equity, venture capital, and joint ventures in both domestic and cross-border transactions. She represents public and private companies through strategic acquisitions and divestiture transactions. Rebekah has experience in a broad range of industries, including financial services, media, energy, natural resources, retail, life sciences, and technology.
Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, Rebekah worked for a large law firm in St. Louis, Missouri. While attending law school, she served as an associate editor of the Washington University Global Studies Law Review and acted as a research assistant for Professor Hillary Sale.
Represented various financial institutions in connection with their role as financial advisors in numerous M&A transactions.
Represented Pearson plc in connection with the sale of its US K12 courseware business to Nexus Capital Management
Represented a developer of renewable energy projects in connection with its acquisition or a portfolio of more than 300 operating solar projects
Represented Tiedemann Wealth Management in connection with its acquisition of Threshold Group
Represented Visible Alpha, a research and corporate access aggregation platform, in connection with several capital raises, joint ventures and add ons.
Represented Apollo Global Management in its $1.36 billion acquisition of The Fresh Market, a gourmet supermarket chain in 27 states
Represented Ares Capital in connection with the sale of its portfolio company Step2
Represented Noble Environmental Power in connection with the sale of its 612 MW operating wind generation portfolio and dedicated operations platform in New York, to an affiliate of the Carlyle Group
Washington University School of Law, St. Louis, 2012, LL.M., Taxation
Washington University School of Law, St. Louis, 2011, J.D., cum laude
Washington University in St. Louis, 2007, B.A., with Honors