Matthew H. Hurlock is a partner in the New York office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. He is a member of Gibson Dunn’s Private Equity and Mergers and Acquisitions Practice Groups.
Mr. Hurlock represents private equity funds and companies in
connection with complex business transactions, including mergers and
acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, joint ventures and strategic equity and debt
investments, including in connection with corporate restructurings.
Hurlock’s private equity clients have included and include Bain Capital
Partners, CVC Capital Partners, Providence Equity Partners, Vestar Capital
Partners, Trilantic Capital Partners, Morgan Stanley Private Equity, Change
Capital Partners, Avenue Capital, Oaktree Capital, Alvarez & Marsal Capital
Partners and Stirling Square Capital Partners, among others.
Hurlock has extensive international experience. In addition to living in London
from 2000-2011, Mr. Hurlock has lived and practiced law in France, Germany and
P.R. China. Mr. Hurlock also has substantial transactional experience in Latin
America. He speaks fluent Spanish, French and Italian and good Mandarin
Mr. Hurlock is on the Board of Directors of New York Lawyers
For the Public Interest. He is also a member of the Supervising Trustees of the
Parker School for Foreign and Comparative Law and a member of the Board of
Visitors at Columbia Law School.
Mr. Hurlock graduated in 1993 from
Columbia Law School, where he was Notes & Comments Editor of the
Columbia Law Review and a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar.
joining Gibson Dunn, Mr. Hurlock was a partner at Kirkland &
Mr. Hurlock is admitted to practice in the State of New