Jaret Davis

Co-Managing Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig

Jaret L. Davis is the Co-Managing Shareholder of the Miami office of Greenberg Traurig, P.A., recognized as the largest law firm in the United States in 2017 by Law360, and a member of the firm’s global Executive Committee. He oversees approximately 160 attorneys and 200 business staff based in the firm’s founding office in Miami, Florida USA and focuses his corporate and securities practice on domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, capital markets transactions, and large financings.

For over a decade, Jaret has led the efforts of the Miami office and served as one of several leaders leading efforts of the firm globally to be a dominant player in the technology industry. The vast majority of Jaret’s clients are technology players, ranging from information technology companies, to life sciences/biotech companies, to companies focusing on renewable energy sources. During this time, the Miami office has been a thought leader in representing angel investors, venture capital firms, growth equity funds, as well as various technology companies along all intervals of the life cycle, from startup to multi-billion dollar publicly traded companies. He routinely provides representation to publicly traded clients having an aggregate market capitalization of over $20 billion.

Recent notable representations in the IT space include him serving as lead shareholder of the team which represented Medina Capital in its $3 billion joint venture with global private equity fund BC Partners which consisted of the acquisition of a portfolio of 57 data centers across the globe and suite of cybersecurity and data analytics companies. In addition, he served as lead shareholder of the 40+ attorney legal team representing Terremark Worldwide, Inc., a Nasdaq-listed provider of IT infrastructure, in connection with its acquisition for $2 billion by Verizon Communications, Inc. At the time of its closing, the Terremark-Verizon transaction ranked as both the largest pairing of a telco and a colocation provider and the largest transaction in the cloud computing space as well as Verizon’s largest acquisition since its acquisition of MCI in 2005.

Recent notable representations in the life sciences/healthcare space include him serving as lead shareholder of the team which represented Exactech, Inc., a Nasdaq-listed producer of orthopedic solutions, in connection with its $737 million acquisition by global private equity fund, TPG Capital, and serving as a primary shareholder representing Metropolitan Health Networks, Inc., a New York Stock Exchange listed health care provider, in its $850 million sale to Humana, Inc.