Jennifer also serves as the firm's counsel on Hart-Scott-Rodino, a federal statue which requires notifying the FTC and DOJ of certain acquisitions and observing a "waiting period" before they are completed. Given the uptick in investigations and enforcement over the past several years, Jennifer works closely with the firm's antitrust lawyers to resolve informal investigations by the FTC or the DOJ that are commenced in connection with an HSR filing.
EducationJ.D., University of Texas at Austin School of Law, 1991, with honors; Order of the Coif
B.A., University of Texas at Austin, 1988, with high honors; Plan II Program
Significant Accomplishments$300 million senior notes offering and $300 million tender offer for manufacturing company.
Capital restructuring for energy company.
$800 million sale of private manufacturing company.
$1.6 billion Rule 144A private placement of senior notes for company in the restaurant industry.
$200 million debt tender offers for manufacturing company.
$500 million senior notes offering for energy company.
Represented oil and gas company in defending against a proxy contest.
Represented manufacturing company in defending against a hostile tender offer.
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