William Mutryn

Professorial Lecturer in Law
2000 H Street, N.W
Washington, District Of Columbia 20052

Bill Mutryn is co-leader of Holland & Knight’s Mergers and Acquisitions Practice Group and formerly served on the firm's Directors Committee. He practices principally in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, and corporate finance. Mr. Mutryn serves as principal outside counsel to a multitude of regional and national businesses in such fields as aerospace, defense, information technology, government services, computer software, healthcare, consumer products, and staffing. In the healthcare industry, Mr. Mutryn has represented providers of hospital services, long term care and mental health services as well as managed care firms.

Over the last five years, Mr. Mutryn has served as lead counsel in more than 50 merger and acquisition transactions. Some of the transactions in which Mr. Mutryn has served as counsel are: Arlington Capital Partners' acquisition of White Oak Technologies; Smartronix's acquisition of Cogon Systems; Applied Signal Technology's acquisition of Seismic, LLC; KEYW Corporation's acquisition of The Analysis Group, LLC; General Dynamics C4 Systems' acquisition of Ascend Intelligence LLC; Lockheed Martin's acquisition of Universal Systems & Technology; Boeing's acquisition of Digital Receiver Technology and eXMeritus; the acquisition of a long term care facility from Manor Health Care; Dynamic Research Corporation's acquisition of Kadix Systems, VSE Corporation's acquisition of G&B Solutions; NetStar-1, Inc.'s acquisition of AVIEL Systems; Relativity Capital's acquisition of NIVISYS Industries, QinetiQ North America's acquisition of Galaxy Holdings; Leonard Green's acquisition of Scitor Corporation; NCI Information System' acquisition of Karta Technologies; Univar USA's acquisition of ChemCentral Corporation; Analex Corporation's acquisition by QinetiQ North America; AAI Corporation's (a subsidiary of United Industrial Corporation) acquisitions of McTurbine and Symtx; SRA International's acquisitions of Constella Group, RABA Technologies, Galaxy Scientific and Touchstone Consulting; CAS, Inc.'s acquisition by EDO Corporation; Windsor Group's acquisition by Scott & Stringfellow (BB&T Capital); and Analex Corporation's acquisitions of ComGlobal Systems and Beta Analytics.

Prior to graduation from George Washington Law School, Mr. Mutryn served as a civilian program manager in the United States Department of the Navy and as a program manager in the United States Department of Energy.


BS, Case Western Reserve University; JD, The George Washington University