Peter H. Ehrenberg Partner

New YorkNew Jersey
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Chair, Corporate Department

Peter Ehrenberg is the kind of hands-on, always-reachable lawyer who literally takes his clients’ problems home with him — "I'd rather have them call me on a Friday evening than let them worry all weekend." An experienced corporate lawyer who spends most of his time on M&A, securities transactions and corporate governance, Peter is valued by clients for his common sense, his uncommon accessibility and his tendency to take their issues personally.

Peter looks at transactions as a "chess match," in which he needs to be several steps ahead of the other side at all times. In each deal, while there may be dozens of alternatives to weigh — some riskier than others — Peter is particularly adept at narrowing them down to the two or three that really matter and negotiating accordingly.

His clients count on him to know what they can expect in each situation — or in his words, “What do people usually ask for, and what do they usually get?” His ability to answer from his wide range of experience, coupled with his unusually caring attitude, goes a long way toward explaining why so many of these clients stay with him for the long term — some for decades, some through multiple companies and positions — which he finds especially gratifying.

Representative Engagements

Represented Lakeland Bancorp, Inc. in the merger of Harmony Bank into Lakeland Bank, a wholly-owned subsidiary of our client Lakeland Bancorp, Inc.
Represented Blue Bird Corporation, a portfolio company of Cerberus Capital Management, L.P., as securities counsel in Blue Bird’s business combination with Hennessy Capital Acquisition Corp. and the launch of Blue Bird as a public company.
Represented QualCare, Inc., a servicer of health plans and services for small groups, associations, businesses, public entities and large corporations, in its sale to Cigna.
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Other Distinctions

  • Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business – Listed in the corporate and M&A sections and lauded as the “gold standard” for corporate and M&A law.

  • The Best Lawyers in America (1987-2017) – Listed in the corporate and M&A sections.


Late Stage Startups Trip SEC Rule 701 Long Before IPO
Forbes Tech, August 2, 2016
Ed Zimmerman, Peter Ehrenberg, Valeska Hintz
Q&A With Lowenstein Sandler's Peter Ehrenberg
Law 360, January 28, 2010
Peter Ehrenberg
Cervantes Meets Sarbanes-Oxley
Dow Jones Corporate Governance, August 16, 2006
Peter Ehrenberg
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Press Mentions

Bloomberg View cites Forbes Tech article by Ed Zimmerman, Peter Ehrenberg, and Valeska Pederson Hintz on SEC Rule 701 in its discussion of robot funds and bank regulation. , Bloomberg View , August 4, 2016
Lowenstein Sandler’s Tech Group represented Flatiron Health in a funding round led by the global pharmaceutical company Roche. According to the New York Times, the financing was $175M. Flatiron Health is a big data health tech startup that gathers and analyzes data on cancer treatments and produces software to enhance the quality of patient care. Flatiron’s OncologyCloud software platform connects patients, physicians, life sciences companies, and researchers. As part of this deal, Roche will also purchase several of Flatiron’s subscription-based software products. The Lowenstein team included Ed Zimmerman, Peter Ehrenberg, Eric Weiner, Nicholas Mehler, Darren Bilotto, Jocqui Kaup, Matt Holbreich, and Jeff Silberman. , January 11, 2016
Lowenstein Sandler represented Covis Pharma S.á.r.l and Covis Injectables S.á.r.l, global specialty pharmaceutical companies providing therapeutic solutions to patients, in their all-cash $1.2 billion sale of assets to Concordia Healthcare Corp (TSX: CXR), a diverse healthcare company focused on legacy pharmaceutical products, orphan drugs, and medical devices for the diabetic population. The acquisition closed on April 21, 2015. The Lowenstein deal team was led by Ethan A. Skerry, Robert G. MinionPeter H. Ehrenberg and also included Nicholas G. Mehler, Sam E. Khan, Jean N. Samedi, Brian Shemesh, Jack D. Sidorov, Jeffrey M. Shapiro, Hilla Shimshoni, Lowell A. Citron, Theodore C. Sica, Brian A. Silikovitz, Christina Iafe, Katie Cobb, Brandon Greenblatt and Gene Cheval. , April 21, 2015
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Related Areas

Capital Markets & Securities
Governance & Compliance
Mergers & Acquisitions
Transactions & Advisory Group


Yale Law School ( J.D. , 1973 ) , Editor, Yale Law Journal
Trinity College ( B.A. , 1969 ) , Phi Beta Kappa

Bar Admissions

New York
New Jersey
District of Columbia

Court Admissions

1973 , U.S. Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit


  • American Bar Association