Haynes and Boone Advises Consolidated Graphics in R.R. Donnelley Merger

10/29/2013

HOUSTON - A team of Haynes and Boone, LLP lawyers represented Consolidated Graphics, Inc. a commercial printing company, in its sale for $620 million to integrated communications provider R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company.

The Haynes and Boone deal team was led by Houston Partner Ricardo Garcia-Moreno and included Houston Partners Guy Young, Debra Hatter and Jesse Gelsomini; Dallas Partner Andy Ehmke; and Houston of Counsel John Harper. Houston Associates Salvador Castaneda, Sameer Saxena and Simin Sun also assisted.

Under the terms of the acquisition, Consolidated Graphics shareholders will receive a combination of $34.44 in cash and a fixed ratio of 1.651 R.R. Donnelly shares for each outstanding share of Consolidated Graphics they own. R.R. Donnelley will also assume Consolidated Graphics’ net debt. 

The transaction has been approved by both companies’ board of directors but remains subject to customary closing conditions, including approval from the shareholders of Consolidated Graphics. The merger is expected to close in the first quarter of 2014. 

About Consolidated Graphics 

Consolidated Graphics, Inc. (CGX), headquartered in Houston, Texas, is one of North America's leading general commercial printing companies. With 70 printing businesses strategically located across 26 states, Toronto, Prague, and Gero, Japan, CGX offers a broad geographic footprint, leading-edge capabilities, and high levels of convenience, efficiency and service. With locations in or near virtually every major U.S. population center, CGX provides the service and responsiveness of a local printer enhanced by the economic, geographic and technological advantages of a large national organization. For more information, visit www.cgx.com.

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