BOSTON – April 5, 2018 — Emily Ladd-Kravitz, a shareholder in the Corporate Practice in the Boston office, spoke at the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) Women's Connection Luncheon: Conversations on Hot Topics in M&A, April 3, at BNY Mellon Wealth Management, Boston. Ladd-Kravitz moderated a roundtable discussion on trends in deal terms.
Ladd-Kravitz focuses on complex corporate transactions and representation of private companies in all stages of their life cycles. She represents venture capital funds, private equity firms, other institutional investors, and companies in connection with a wide variety of corporate and transactional matters, including mergers and acquisitions, private placements, minority investments, venture capital financings, and corporate governance matters. She also advises startup and growth-stage companies in all industries, including, technology, edtech, medical device, clean energy, sustainable solutions, and life sciences.
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