Dean W. Sattler is an associate in the New York office of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy and a member of the firm's Corporate Group.
Primary Focus & Experience
Mr. Sattler regularly represents acquirors, sellers, targets, buyout groups, boards of directors, special committees, investment banks, investors, shareholders and founders in complex domestic and international merger and acquisition, financings and other corporate transactions. Mr. Sattler’s clients include public and private companies, private equity firms and hedge funds, investors and emerging growth companies and span a broad range of industries, including manufacturing, distribution, technology, aircraft leasing and finance, space and satellite, telecommunications, and business process outsourcing.
Mr. Sattler is also actively involved in Milbank’s Corporate Governance Group, where he advises clients on a variety of corporate governance issues and is a contributor on a wide variety of client alerts, articles, and other projects.
News:Delaware Supreme Court Provides Important Guidance on Interpretation of "Boilerplate" Indenture Language
By Robert S. Reder, David Schwartz and Dean Sattler
The M&A Lawyer
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Recognition & Accomplishments
Mr. Sattler graduated with honors from Pace University School of Law, where he served as editor-in-chief of the Pace Law Review. During law school, Mr. Sattler interned for the Honorable Barbara S. Jones of the U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York.
Mr. Sattler has authored or co-authored a number of published works, including:
Delaware Supreme Court Provides Guidance on Interpretation of “Boilerplate” Indenture Language, Reder, Schwartz & Sattler, The M&A Lawyer, Volume 15, Issue 9 (2011)
Preparing Bid Process Letters, Reder, Sattler & Weiss, Practical Law, The Journal (February 2011 Issue)
Delaware Supreme Court Orders Entire Fairness Review, Reder, Stone & Sattler, The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation (February 2009)
Advance Notice Bylaws: ‘If it Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It!’, Reder, Stone & Sattler, The Corporate Counselor, Volume 23, Number 2, Page 1 (2008)
A Discussion of Director Liability Under DGCL § 102(b)(7), Reder, Stone & Sattler, 40 BNA Sec. Reg. & Law 44, 1848 (2008)
Note: Is There a Compelling Interest to Compel? Examining Pre-hearing Subpoenas under the Federal Arbitration Act, Dean W. Sattler, Editor-in-Chief, 27 Pace L. Rev. 117 (2006)