Anita L. Chapdelaine Counsel

New Jersey
T 973.422.6760 | F 973.422.6761

Anita advises public and private companies on securities transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate governance issues. She also advises private equity funds, portfolio companies, management teams, and investors on all facets of private equity transactions.


New SEC Proposals Would Greatly Streamline Capital Formation For Smaller Public Companies
Specialty Finance, Corporate and Securities Group Alert, May 24, 2007
Steven Siesser, Anita Chapdelaine, John D. Hogoboom, Steven M. Skolnick

Press Mentions

Lowenstein Sandler represented TRANZACT in its sale to private equity fund, Clayton, Dubilier & Rice. TRANZACT, the leading provider of direct-to-consumer sales and marketing solutions for insurance carriers in the United States, is a longtime firm client. This transaction represents the fourth time Lowenstein has been involved in the sale of a stake of this company. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. The deal team included Steven Siesser, Traci Tomaselli, Anita Chapdelaine, Jonathan Goodman, Katie Cobb, Bryan Seelig, Jim Gregory, Darren Goodman, Megan Monson, Brian Silikovitz, Lesley Adamo, Lowell Citron, Chad Pearlman, Maureen MontagueVanessa Ignacio and John Wintermute. , June 9, 2016
We represented long-time private equity fund client, Veronis Suhler Stevenson, and its portfolio company, TRANZACT, a leading provider of end-to-end customer acquisition solutions to the insurance sector in connection with VSS’s exit from its investment, in which White Mountains Insurance Group, Ltd. (NYSE: WTM) acquired control of the company in a deal valued at approximately $280 million, as well as a $70 million simultaneous recapitalization transaction. The transaction closed on October 10, 2014. The Lowenstein team includes Steven E. Siesser, Traci M. Tomaselli, Lowell A. Citron, Brian A. Silikovitz, Andrew E. Graw, Anita L. Chapdelaine, Lesley Adamo, Jonathan D. Goodman, Darren Goodman, Katie Cobb, Chad S. Pearlman, Michael Amalfe and Jeffrey Silberman. , October 10, 2014
Lowenstein Sandler represented Defy Media, LLC, a leading creator and distributor of digital content, in acquiring the assets of Viacom Inc.’s gaming focused digital properties: Addicting Games, GameTrailers and Shockwave, extending the Company's portfolio of digital properties. In consideration for the digital properties, Viacom will receive a minority interest in DEFY (formed by the Alloy Digital and Break Media "merger of equals"). Viacom also made an investment in DEFY at the same time as the transaction. Financial details of the transaction were not disclosed. The Lowenstein team includes Steven E. Siesser, Traci M. Tomaselli, Michael A. Buxbaum, Anita L. Chapdelaine, Marisa A. White and Jake Filak. , June 11, 2014

Related Areas

Capital Markets & Securities
Investment Management
Mergers & Acquisitions
Transactions & Advisory Group


Tulane University Law School ( J.D. , 1996 ) , cum laude, Editor, Environmental Law Journal
University of Notre Dame ( B.S. , 1992 )

Bar Admissions

New York
New Jersey