ATLANTA (November 30, 2018) – Smith, Gambrell & Russell, LLP (SGR) is pleased to announce the firm served as legal counsel to Leros Point to Point, a leading provider of global executive chauffeured services, in its acquisition of Royal Coachman Worldwide, one the world’s leading ground transportation companies.
The acquisition of New Jersey-based Royal Coachman Worldwide allows Leros Point to Point to strengthen its current operations in that market. Additionally, the combined organizations are better positioned for growth with increased financial strength to manage market challenges. Ultimately, clients will benefit from the improved customer service efficiencies and the diversified fleet of vehicles offered.
Todd Pickard, Partner in SGR’s New York office, served as legal counsel to Leros Point to Point in the transaction.
About Leros Point to Point
Since 1983, LEROS has been family owned and operated. LEROS’ beginning was similar to any other small start-up a few energetic people coming together with a passion and a vision. Since then, LEROS has grown into a leading provider of global executive chauffeured services with their corporate headquarters located in Valhalla, New York.
What makes LEROS different is their commitment to the VIP; VALUE, INFRASTRUCTURE, and PEOPLE. This unbeatable combination makes LEROS a great one-stop solution for traveling executives. Leros’ international network covers more than 770 cities in the North America, Europe, South America, Asia and Australia. Visit www.leroslimo.com for more information.
About Smith, Gambrell & Russell, LLP
SGR is a full service, international law firm that advises regional, national and global businesses on a wide range of legal matters. The firm’s more than 220 attorneys provide legal counsel in more than 45 specialized practice areas, including corporate transactions, litigation, intellectual property, aviation, banking, real estate, construction and employment law. Founded in 1893, SGR has offices in Atlanta, Austin, Jacksonville, London, Los Angeles, Munich, New York, Southampton, and Washington, D.C.