Harter Secrest & Emery Advises Precision Optical Technologies, Inc. on Sale to Belden Inc.

Rochester, New York, July 3, 2024 – Harter Secrest & Emery LLP, a full-service business law firm with offices throughout New York State, recently advised Precision Optical Technologies, Inc. (Precision Optical) in its $290,000,000 sale to Belden Inc. (Belden).

Headquartered in Rochester, NY, Precision Optical is a leading supplier of systems engineering solutions for value-added optical transceivers with proprietary software, firmware configurations, and related components. The company’s products are core elements in fiber infrastructure deployments, expansions, and network upgrades, benefiting from multiple secular tailwinds.

Harter Secrest and Emery’s Mergers and Acquisitions team, led by Thomas R. Anderson, Jonathan R. Jasinski, and Karthik N. Sekharan advised Precision Optical in the sale.

With top tier rankings by Chambers and Partners, Harter Secrest and Emery’s Mergers and Acquisitions team represents clients in connection with transactions ranging in value from several million- to multi-billion dollars. Clients include entrepreneurs, start-up companies and non-profit organizations, to middle-market and publicly traded corporations.

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