Henry Nassau

Henry Nassau – A Lawyer

Henry Nassau is an experienced corporate and private equity buyouts attorney. Recognized by numerous national publications, Henry is considered a top-rated attorney.

Dechert LLP of Philadelphia is where he currently specializes in M&A and securities & corporate finance matters. GuruFocus tracks his insider transactions to compare performance against market benchmarks.

Early Life and Education

Henry Folger graduates Adelphi Academy on scholarship and enrolls at Amherst College where Emily Jordan becomes his studying companion – providing invaluable support in his lifelong project of collecting Shakespeare materials.

Hendrik van Nassau-Ouwerkerk, Lord of Overkirk, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg and Graaf van Nassau-Auverquerque (1640 – 18 October 1708) was a Dutch military general and second cousin to King William III of England; appointed Master of Horse by him and member of both States General and States Assembly.

1902 The Columbia and Rensselaer Telephone and Telegraph Company provides telephone service from the east end of the village; seven residents were listed in their directory for that year.

Professional Career

Henry Nassau is an attorney practicing corporate and mergers & acquisition law for Dechert LLP of Philadelphia. He was named to Super Lawyers’ list from 2004 – 2009 as well as 2011 – 2016.

He has advised private equity sponsors, venture capital firms, public and private corporations, management teams and boards in business transactions such as securities offerings, investments, proxy contests and corporate governance matters.

Since becoming Dechert’s CEO in July 2016, Nassau has prioritized increasing client growth and developing stronger relationships within his firm. He recently spoke to Leaders League about his plans for Dechert and how client teams could strengthen relationships; as well as Philadelphia-related growth plans for Dechert.

Achievement and Honors

Henry has made history during his NFL career by setting several records in terms of rushing yards and attempts, games played, carries and touchdowns – as well as being an active philanthropist by donating multicolored cleats from an impressive performance to a local youth foundation.

He is also an accomplished litigator with extensive knowledge in labor and employment law. Representing clients before both federal and state courts as well as before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and New York’s Division of Human Rights.

He provides management training seminars on topics like maintaining a union-free workplace, equal employment opportunity and sexual harassment as well as complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act, FMLA and New York Paid Family Leave Benefits Law.

Personal Life

Henry Nassau of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania serves as CEO of Dechert LLP and on the board of Gabriel Investments. A graduate of both Penn State Dickinson School of Law and University of Pennsylvania, Henry has been selected as a top-rated attorney from 2004 – 2009. Henry practices Mergers & Acquisitions law as well as Securities & Corporate Finance law through Dechert LLP’s legal services at Dechert.

He was appointed CEO in July 2016 and employs a leadership style that prioritizes client team collaboration. He represents private equity sponsors, venture capital firms, public and privately-held corporations, management teams, boards of directors as well as boards of directors of closely held corporations in corporate and securities matters such as mergers, acquisitions, dispositions investments proxy contests or securities offerings.

Net Worth

Henry Nassau earned a net worth of over $3 Million dollars as of July 21st 2023. Known for his career in law, he has represented private equity sponsors, venture capital firms, public and private corporations, management teams, boards of directors and special committees in corporate and securities matters as well as providing advice to clients regarding mergers, acquisitions, dispositions investments security offerings proxy contests corporate governance issues.

On July 1st, he officially took over as CEO of Dechert – Philadelphia’s most profitable large law firm – following an ongoing transition period with predecessor Daniel O’Donnell. Leaders League spoke to him about Dechert’s plans and how the firm can better meet clients needs.

He conducted three insider trading transactions within the past 18 months, and his average return outpaced that of market benchmark.

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