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Nathan James Goergen


Nathan Goergen is associate at Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP, where his practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, private equity, joint ventures, and financings and securities in a broad range of industries, including mining, energy, private equity, hospitality, real estate, and manufacturing, as well as general corporate matters.

Mr. Goergen is a member of the board of directors of KidsTek, a Denver-based technology literacy nonprofit. Additionally, he is a member of the Association of Corporate Growth (ACG), where he serves on the ACG Rocky Mountain Corporate Growth Conference committee. In 2022, Mr. Goergen was named among the “Ones to Watch” in the area of Corporate Law in Best Lawyers.

He received his J.D. from the University of Colorado Law School, where he was elected to the Order of the Coif and served as the associate editor of University of Colorado Law Review, and externed for then Chief Justice Nancy Rice of the Colorado Supreme Court. He received his B.A. in Finance, graduating magna cum laude from Valparaiso University.

Recent Representative Transactions

  • Newmont Corporation in the formation of Nevada Gold Mines LLC with Barrick Gold Corporation, involving substantially all of both parties' properties and operations in northern Nevada, creating the world's largest gold complex.
  • Gart Capital Partners in its acquisition of Work World, a California based workwear focused specialty retailer.
  • Sage Hospitality Resources in the formation of a joint venture for the development and operation of an independent extended stay hotel in the RiNo neighborhood of Denver, Colorado.
  • KSL Capital Partners in its acquisition of the Camelback ski resort, lodge and waterpark in Pennsylvania.
  • TwentyEighty Inc. in the sale of its Omega Performance business unit to Moody’s Analytics.
  • Publicly traded oil and gas company in its acquisition of oil and gas assets in the Foreman Butte Field.
  • Denver based private equity firm in its acquisition of DJ-Basin oil and gas assets in a Chapter 11 Section 363 bankruptcy process.
  • Gart Capital Partners in the sale of the Powderhorn ski resort in Colorado.
  • Newmont Corporation in the sale of its royalty portfolio, including 54 precious metals and industrial minerals royalties, located in 11 different countries, to Maverix Metals for cash, stock and warrants.
  • Newmont Corporation in connection with an investment by Sumitomo Corporation in Newmont's subsidiary, Minera Yanacocha SrL.
  • CHB Capital Partners in its sale of Logic PD, Inc., an integrated design and manufacturing firm.
  • Ovintiv Inc. (f/k/a Encana Corporation) in the sale of its Piceance natural gas assets for cash consideration of $735 million.
  • Whiting Petroleum Corporation in the sale of its Fort Berthold Indian Reservation area assets for cash consideration of $500 million.
  • Reliance Worldwide Corporation in connection with the purchase of Securus, Inc. d/b/a HOLDRITE, for an aggregate purchase price of $92.5 million.
  • Bill Barrett Corporation its private issuance and sale of $275 million aggregate principal amount of senior notes.
  • Newmont Corporation in its acquisition of the Cripple Creek & Victor Gold Mine from AngloGold Ashanti Limited for $820 million plus a royalty.
  • Waterton Global Resource Management in the $80 million sale of its Hollister and Esmeralda mines to Klondex Mines Ltd.

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