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Greg Kramer

551 Fifth Avenue
New York, New York 10176
Direct dial:
212-880-9831 gkramer@kkwc.com

Practice Areas

Greg Kramer practices primarily in the areas of securities law, mergers and acquisitions, and general corporate law.   He represents hedge funds and other investors in a wide variety of corporate and securities transactions, including PIPEs, loans, joint ventures and private equity investments.  Greg also advises hedge funds in connection with general corporate matters, including non-disclosure agreements, employment agreements, consulting agreements and technology license agreements.   Greg also represents entrepreneurs and emerging companies.  In addition, Greg has extensive experience representing publicly traded companies in a wide variety of industries, including telecommunications, alternative energy and pharmaceuticals as well as special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs).  

Representative transactions include:

• Represented a hedge fund in the sale of its 50% interest in a Canadian iron ore mining company, for a total purchase price of $65MM to a publicly-traded mining company listed on the Toronto Venture Exchange.

• Represented a hedge fund in connection with a $10MM investment in convertible preferred stock and warrants of a NASDAQ listed biopharmaceutical company.

• Represented a hedge fund in connection with its bid to acquire certain assets of a leading producer and transporter of liquid asphalt cement under Section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code.

• Represented a hedge fund in its $270MM investment in the common stock, warrants and convertible notes of a New York Stock Exchange listed insurance

• Represented the lead investor in a registered direct offering of $100MM of convertible notes by a New York Stock Exchange listed gold and silver mining company.

• Represented a hedge fund in an approximately $500MM privately negotiated debt-for-equity exchange.

• Represented a hedge fund in the sale of its controlling equity interest in a craft brewing company for approximately $16.5MM.

2006, New York
Fordham University School of Law (J.D., 2005)
Fordham Urban Law Journal
New York University (B.A., 2002)

Phi Beta Kappa


SAC and Cuban change little for most managers
HedgeFund Intelligence, November 2013

Insider trading: how to minimize risks
Reuters HedgeWorld, April 2013

Why hedge fund investors may drive demand for more ‘registered PIPEs’
Reuters HedgeWorld's Alternative Reality, August 2011