People: Marcus A. LeBeouf, Counsel

Marcus A. LeBeouf

Counsel

Atlanta
Direct: (404) 888-1038
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Marcus LeBeouf is counsel in the Atlanta office of Seyfarth Shaw LLP. As a member of the firm's Corporate department, Mr. LeBeouf concentrates his practice on mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, venture capital and general commercial transactions.
 
Mr. LeBeouf has experience representing buyers and sellers in the structuring and negotiation of complex, multimillion-dollar mergers, acquisitions and divestitures of public and privately held companies. He also works closely with growth companies raising equity or debt capital in private placements and other transactions exempt from the registration requirements of the federal and state securities laws. These transactions include the structuring and negotiation of rights, privileges and preferences of common stock, preferred stock, convertible debt, warrants and other equity or debt arrangements (including preemptive rights, anti-dilution protections, liquidation and dividend preferences, registration rights, rights of first refusal, co-sale rights, puts, calls, voting rights and board representation, capital calls and other rights).
 
Mr. LeBeouf has developed expertise representing companies in structuring and negotiating joint venture, partnership and other strategic arrangements, licensing and development agreements, distribution and supply agreements, shareholder agreements, option and warrant agreements, employment and consulting agreements, and non-competition, non-disclosure and proprietary rights agreements through his service as in-house counsel with two publicly-traded corporations.
 
Mr. LeBeouf's practice also includes:
  • Technology Agreements – Licensing, eCommerce, online and other technology-related agreements
  • Executive Compensation – Negotiating employment agreements for high level executives, together with related executive compensation plans
  • Commercial Operating Contracts – Negotiating key operating contracts with suppliers and customers including sales, purchasing and master services agreements
Marcus LeBeouf is counsel in the Atlanta office of Seyfarth Shaw LLP. As a member of the firm's Corporate department, Mr. LeBeouf concentrates his practice on mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, venture capital and general commercial transactions.
 
Mr. LeBeouf has experience representing buyers and sellers in the structuring and negotiation of complex, multimillion-dollar mergers, acquisitions and divestitures of public and privately held companies. He also works closely with growth companies raising equity or debt capital in private placements and other transactions exempt from the registration requirements of the federal and state securities laws. These transactions include the structuring and negotiation of rights, privileges and preferences of common stock, preferred stock, convertible debt, warrants and other equity or debt arrangements (including preemptive rights, anti-dilution protections, liquidation and dividend preferences, registration rights, rights of first refusal, co-sale rights, puts, calls, voting rights and board representation, capital calls and other rights).
 
Mr. LeBeouf has developed expertise representing companies in structuring and negotiating joint venture, partnership and other strategic arrangements, licensing and development agreements, distribution and supply agreements, shareholder agreements, option and warrant agreements, employment and consulting agreements, and non-competition, non-disclosure and proprietary rights agreements through his service as in-house counsel with two publicly-traded corporations.
 
Mr. LeBeouf's practice also includes:
  • Technology Agreements – Licensing, eCommerce, online and other technology-related agreements
  • Executive Compensation – Negotiating employment agreements for high level executives, together with related executive compensation plans
  • Commercial Operating Contracts – Negotiating key operating contracts with suppliers and customers including sales, purchasing and master services agreements

Education

  • J.D., Duke University School of Law (2006)
  • B.A., Morehouse College, with honors (2003)

Admissions

  • Not admitted to practice in Georgia
  • Minnesota
  • North Carolina
  • Texas

Affiliations

  • National Sports Center Foundation; Board Member
  • Sports Lawyers Association; Member
 

Publications

  • Contributing Author, “Business Succession Planning Answer Book,” Wolters Kluwer (2016)