Andrew Sultan’s practice consists of general business and corporate law matters, with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture capital financings, securities offerings, corporate governance and commercial transactions. He often serves as outside general counsel to emerging growth and middle-market companies in a variety of industries and advises business owners, board members and senior management in matters involving their business, including acquisitions and divestitures, financing transactions, securities transactions, commercial arrangements, shareholder agreements, employment matters and incentive compensation.
Andrew is listed in The Best Lawyers in America© 2016 for Corporate Law, Leveraged Buyouts and Private Equity, and Securities/Capital Markets Law.
Andrew helps lead the firm’s health care transactions group, having completed a number of physician practice and other health care-related M&A transactions, including acquisitions of medical device, medical billing, and laboratory testing companies.
Prior to joining Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP, Andrew was a partner at Jacobs Chase Frick Kleinkopf & Kelley, LLC, and prior to that practiced in the Colorado office of Cooley LLP. Before attending law school, he worked as a certified public accountant in the Washington, D.C. office of Ernst & Young, LLP, and later, as a financial analyst for a publicly traded logistics software company, where he gained a strong background in financial statement audit and analysis.
University of Colorado, J.D.
University of Maryland, B.S., cum laude
Certified Public Accountant (inactive)
Andrew has experience representing clients in merger and acquisition transactions, private equity and venture capital transactions, and securities offerings, including:
- Quality Electrical Distribution (QED), one of the nation’s top 50 wholesalers of electrical supplies, in its sale to Sonepar USA, a subsidiary of Sonepar Group.
- Kodiak Building Partners, a private equity group, in multiple acquisitions in the building materials industry, including the acquisition of Gulf & Basco, Hampden Holdings (d/b/a New England Building Supply), Great West Drywall Supply, Jones Heartz Drywall, Factory Builder Stores, and Georgeco (d/b/a Barnsco).
- GeoStabilization International, LLC (formerly Soil Nail Launcher), a soil stabilization and rockfall mitigation company, in its equity financing transaction with CAI Private Equity.
- TonZof Inc. (formerly Tool King) in its venture capital financing and restructuring transaction.
- Denargo Capital, a private equity firm, in its financing and acquisition of Crain Hot Oil Services Inc., a leading provider of trucking operations and safety consulting to oil exploration and production companies.
- Bow River Capital Partners, a Denver-based private equity firm, in its acquisition of Ely and Associates of Texas, LLC and Ely Associates, Inc.
- Yancey’s Food Service Co., a food distribution company, in its sale of assets to Food Services of America.
- CoreSite Realty Corporation (NYSE: COR), an owner and operator of data centers throughout the U.S., in its acquisition of another data center operator.
- Shareholders of Fowler & Peth, Inc. a distributor of residential and commercial roofing products, in their sale to Beacon Roofing Supply, Inc. (NADAQ: BECN).
- eWise Group Inc., an online payment technology company, in its restructuring and $14 million venture capital finance transaction led by Wellington Partners.
- Udi’s Healthy Foods, LLC and Udi’s Granola, LLC in its recapitalization and investment from E&A Industries, and certain shareholders of Udi’s Healthy Foods, LLC in their sale of ownership interests to Smart Balance, Inc. (Nasdaq: SMBL) in a $125 million transaction.
- Texas E.R. Medical Billing, Inc., a provider of revenue cycle management services for hospital-based emergency physicians, and coding, billing and reimbursement services, in its sale of assets to Medical Consultants, Inc. (a division of Intermedix Corporation).
- Invidi Technologies Corporation in its multiple rounds of venture capital financing transactions. Invidi is a leading provider of addressable advertising software systems for the cable, satellite and telco television industries, and its investors include Menlo Ventures, InterWest Partners, EnerTech Capital, Westbury Partners, Google, GroupM, Experian, and Motorola.
- The purchaser of Laney Directional Drilling Co., a horizontal directional drilling company that specializes in the oil and gas pipeline industry.
- Optigas, Inc., a midstream natural gas pipeline operator, in its private equity investments by Kelso Investment Associates and its $85 million merger with Ceritas Holdings L.P.
- The shareholders of Environmental Resource Associates, in their $66 million stock sale to Waters Technology Corporation (NYSE: WAT). Environmental Resource Associates is the industry leader in providing standards for laboratory certification and provides a total solution for the quality control and proficiency testing needs of environmental and pharmaceutical laboratories.
- The shareholders of Decisioneering, Inc., a Denver-based software company, in its merger with Hyperion Solutions Corporation, based in Santa Clara, California.
- Robinson Brick Company in its multiple acquisitions and subsequent sale to Wienerberger A.G. and its U.S. subsidiary, General Shale Brick, Inc., for $120 million.
- The shareholders of CAD Potential, Inc. in their sale of stock to INCAT International plc.
- The shareholders of Miner & Miner, Consulting Engineers, Incorporated in their sale of stock to Telvent GIT, S.A. Miner and Miner provides engineering services for the utility industry, including GIS enterprise solution technology and is a supplier of software solutions to energy and water/wastewater utilities and municipalities around the world.
- The shareholders of Lore International Institute, Inc., an industry leader in executive recruitment and training, in their sale of stock to Korn/Ferry International (NYSE: KFY).
- SlimRock, LLC, in its purchase of assets of Cedar Ridge Quarries, LLC. SlimRock is a supplier of high quality natural stones from the Arkansas River Valley in Ozark, Arkansas.
- Genomica Corporation, a genomics software company, in its $122 million initial public offering and subsequent $110 million sale to Exelixis, Inc. (NASDAQ: EXEL), pursuant to a two-step stock tender offer.
- Allos Therapeutics (NASDAQ: ALTH), a biopharmaceutical company, in its $90 million dollar initial public offering.