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Transactional Law Honor Society, Founded by Blank Rome’s Peter Tsoflias, to Compete at National Transactional LawMeet

Tsoflias + Swoyer - Blank Rome LLPBlank Rome LLP is pleased to announce that the Delaware Law School Transactional Law Honor Society (“TLHS”) will advance to the 2018 National Transactional LawMeet Championships, the premier interscholastic competition for law students interested in transactional practice, after recently winning “Best Draft Purchase Agreement” and first place overall in the Mid-Atlantic competition.

Blank Rome Associate Peter I. Tsoflias, who founded TLHS in 2011, and Associate Michael S. Swoyer, who was a member of TLHS’ executive board and instrumental in the team being awarded honor society status, helped coach the team in this year’s competition. In addition, the Firm annually hosts a training session for the team in the Philadelphia office where Blank Rome attorneys discuss the transactional practice, generally, and provide members with guidance and training in the corporate transactional field.

From the 96 teams participating at the Regional LawMeets, only 16 will advance to the national championships being held on April 6, 2018, at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP in New York City. This year’s case involves the acquisition of all the outstanding capital stock of Volt Process Design Company (Volt) by an affiliate of Beijing Global Investors Limited (“BGI”), where the teams will be asked to draft and negotiate the acquisition agreement for this $2.25 billion transaction. For more information, please visit

At Blank Rome, Mr. Tsoflias represents business entity clients in connection with day to day corporate and commercial affairs and major transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, joint venture formations, and project financings. He also assists companies in dealing with state and federal regulatory compliance and has significant experience handling, and often advises boards of directors with respect to, Delaware business entity law issues. Mr. Swoyer represents clients in connection with a wide range of corporate and commercial transactions and regularly advises clients on issues related to the governance of corporations, limited liability companies, and partnerships.