David J. Hornyak

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Education
  • University of Pittsburgh School of Law, JD, Lead Executive Editor, Journal of Law and Commerce, 2000
  • Allegheny College, BS, Environmental Science, 1995
Admissions
  • Pennsylvania
Affiliations

Member, American Bar Association

Member, Pennsylvania Bar Association

David is the managing partner of the firm’s Pittsburgh office. He practices in the corporate, transactional and securities area and has represented both private and public companies in a wide range of business transactions including mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, bank financings, corporate governance and business planning and structuring.

His experience spans many industry groups including specialty metals and steel, electronics, aerospace, aviation, personal healthcare and consumer products, chemical, oil and gas, solar, plastics and equipment manufacturers and lessors.

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David J Hornyak
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T: +1 412 667 7925F: +1 412 402 4192EQT Plaza
625 Liberty Avenue
23rd Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15222-3142

Representation of a leading provider electrical, industrial, and communications maintenance, repair and operations and original equipment manufacturer products, construction materials, and advanced supply chain management and logistics services in connection with its $85 million acquisition of an electrical distributor.

Representation of a leading provider of electrical, industrial and communications maintenance, repair and operating (MRO) and original equipment manufacturers (OEM) products, construction materials, and advanced supply chain management and logistics services company, in connection with its $62 million acquisition of an electrical distributor.

Representing Teledyne Technologies Incorporated in its $171 million merger with Bolt Technology Corporation

Representation of an industrial supply company in $43 million acquisition of a provider of utility MRO and safety products, as well as rubber goods testing and certification services.

Representation of seller in $200 million divestiture of general aviation aircraft piston engine business to Chinese entity.

Representation of seller in $775 million negotiated tender offer for publicly-traded steelmaker.

Representation of buyer in $1.35 billion negotiated purchase of public company’s steelmaking facilities.

Representation of designer and manufacturer of commercial and military aviation radar technologies in $210 million merger transaction.

Representation of private company in $300 million Internal Revenue Code Section 29 tax credit transaction for the production of synthetic fuel.

Representation of buyer in $47 million plan of merger between public company and privately-held defense electronics manufacturer.

Representation of public company in $33 million asset acquisition of RF and microwave component and subassembly business.

Representation of public company in $40 million stock acquisition of U.S. based defense/aerospace business, United Kingdom, Swiss and French subsidiaries.

Representation of engineering and construction firm in formation of joint venture for the production of solar power plants in North America.

Representation of borrower in $125 million secured loan and credit facility.

Named to “Pennsylvania Rising Stars,” Mergers and Acquisitions, Business/Corporate, Super Lawyers, Thomson Reuters, 2012, 2013

Speaker, "SEC Regulation M," McGuireWoods SEC Practice Series
Speaker, "Contractual Blocking Rights and Statutory Rights to Vote," McGuireWoods SEC Practice Series
Speaker, "Primary versus Secondary Liability under Rule 10b-5," McGuireWoods SEC Practice Series
Speaker, "Asset, Stock and Merger Transactions, an Overview of Basic Structures and Differences," McGuireWoods SEC Practice Series
Speaker, "Toxic Substances Control Act," Client Presentation
Speaker, "Internet Jurisdiction – Current Trends," CLE Presentation
Speaker, "WEEE & RoHS – Dealing with Regulations and Customer Demands," Client Presentation