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Loeb Represents Research Tool & Die in Becoming Part of Fairbanks Morse Defense

Loeb & Loeb represented Research Tool & Die (RT&D), a manufacturer with over 70 years of experience in marine electrical-systems hardware design and metal stamping fabrication, in its acquisition by Fairbanks Morse Defense (FMD), a portfolio company of Arcline Investment Management.

Founded in 1944, RT&D is a supplier of critical electrical hardware to the United States Navy and Canadian Navy. The company operates from two manufacturing facilities on its campus in Carson, California. It designs and manufactures its hardware products, including wireways, cable trays, racking systems, and light supports and sells its products directly to naval shipyards. 
The Loeb deal team that advised the transaction was led by Arash Khalili, co-chair of the firm’s Capital Markets & Corporate department and Sports industry practice, Corporate partner Eric Lee and Corporate associates Harrison Finch and Sam Raffa. The team also included Corporate partner Marla Aspinwall; Employment & Labor partner Mark Goldberg; Patent Litigation partner Bill Voller; Trusts & Estates partner Ryan Austin; Litigation partners Tiffany Moseley and Albert Cohen; Real Estate partner Peter Bergan; Patent Litigation senior counsel Arthur Yuan; Employment & Labor associate Avi Gholian; Advanced Media & Technology associates Emily Borich and Eric Cook; and Corporate associate Simoné Hovsepian.
For more information, please see the official press release.