Rob Schroeder focuses his practice on significant corporate and transactional matters, including domestic and international mergers and acquisitions, private equity buyouts, venture capital financings, securities law compliance, and general corporate counseling. He also advises companies in addressing fiduciary duties and shareholder rights and duties. Rob’s experience spans a broad range of sectors, including technology, manufacturing, energy, retail, and financial services. Prior to joining Wick Phillips, Rob practiced in the mergers and acquisitions group at Jones Day.
A strong negotiator with a clear view of his clients’ priorities, Rob provides solid, unambiguous guidance in a deliberate, results-driven manner. Throughout the course of high profile, significant deals for Fortune 500 companies, he maintains strict attention to detail while still keeping in mind his clients’ overall business goals.
His transactional experience prior to joining Wick Phillips included representing a large electronics retailer in the sale of assets in bankruptcy, assisting a large privately held company in its acquisition of an ethanol production business, representing a private equity portfolio company in the acquisition of a publications and media business, and representing a publicly traded company in the acquisition of a combustion control business.
Rob is active in the Dallas Entrepreneur Center’s Ambassador Program, a volunteer network created to give startup companies access to leadership resources that bolster fledgling enterprises. Rob also frequently speaks before entrepreneurial and other audiences on legal issues around entity formation and mergers and acquisitions matters.
- Texas Super Lawyers Rising Star, Texas Monthly (2013-2014)
- Representing a large electronics retailer in the sale of assets in bankruptcy
- Assisting a large privately held company in its acquisition of an ethanol production business
- Representing a private equity portfolio company in the acquisition of a publications and media business
- Representing a publicly traded company in the acquisition of a combustion control business