ACG's Middle Market Growth Selects Eric Perlmutter-Gumbiner as Young Professional Award Winner

April 27, 2021Press Release
Middle Market Growth Magazine

Greenberg Glusker is proud to announce that Counsel Eric Perlmutter-Gumbiner has received "The Young Professional Award" by Middle Market Growth Magazine, an Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) publication. He is one of only 10 winners nationwide. A panel of 10 judges, comprised of middle-market professionals and leaders, reviewed the applications and determined the winners. 

"Our Young Professional honorees are another source of optimism," said ACG CEO and President Tom Bohn, in his statement in the Middle Market Growth Special Edition. "For one, the caliber of applicants in this category was exceptionally high. Based on scores from our independent panel of judges, we narrowed the list to 10 winners. As you’ll read in their profiles, these emerging leaders are intelligent, energetic and driven. They’re helping their organizations to grow and innovate and advancing the goals of their clients."

"The awards applications showed the resilience of middle-market businesses as they overcame adversity, and the role they play in creating and preserving jobs," said Kathryn Mulligan, ACG's Middle Market Growth Magazine Editor-in-Chief. "The hard work and creativity that it took to steer these companies through a global pandemic is remarkable, and a cause for celebration. Similarly, the Young Professional Award applicants were exceptional. They detailed their hard work helping their firms and clients navigate the crisis. Our judges were impressed by their achievements, which made narrowing the pool to just 10 winners a challenge in and of itself."

Eric Perlmutter-Gumbiner represents clients in a wide variety of mergers and acquisitions, equity financing, and general corporate matters in the consumer product, technology, sports and entertainment, food and beverage, and manufacturing sectors. In addition to his astute legal guidance, Eric is able to provide his clients with a strong sense of business judgment with the accounting and finance skills gained from his MBA from USC’s Marshall School of Business.