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Jennifer’s practice is concentrated in corporate and securities law, including advising public companies on SEC reporting compliance and Section 16 matters, as well as evolving corporate governance requirements and practices.  She regularly represents issuers in initial public offerings, follow-on offerings of equity and debt, private investments in public equity (PIPEs), registered direct offerings, tender and exchange offers and other public and private securities transactions.  Jennifer also has a substantial background in mergers and acquisitions and general corporate representation, and has advised companies in the telecommunications, financial services, retail, health care, energy and mining sectors in North America and Europe. 

Practices

Civic Involvement & Honors

    • Colorado Super Lawyers, Rising Stars, 2011
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Representative Experience

  • Representing a global packaging products company in the issuance of an aggregate of over US$2.3 billion of debt securities in Rule 144A transactions;
  • Representing a global technology and engineering company in the registered public offering of US$750 million of debt securities;
  • Representing a financial services company in the registered public offering of US$225 million of depositary shares representing fractional interests in shares of preferred stock;
  • Representing a healthcare-related real estate investment trust in a tender offer for US$350 million of its outstanding debt securities;
  • Representing an online retailer in a registered public offering of US$200 million of common stock; and
  • Representing a personal care services company in registered direct offerings of an aggregate of US$75 million of common stock and warrants.

Publications

  • "SEC Reporting for High-Tech Companies," co-authored with W. Dean Salter, for Practising Law Institute book Advising High Technology Companies, 2004
  • "The Commission Amends Rule 102(e)", co-authored with Francis R. Wheeler, materials for Thirty-First Annual Rocky Mountain Securities Conference, May 21, 1999
  • "Note, Blown Away? The Bill of Rights After Oklahoma City," 109 Harvard Law Review, 2047, 1996
  • "Leading case," Schlup v. Delo, 109 Harvard Law Review 259, 1995
  • "Recent development, City of Ladue v. Gilleo," 18 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 612, 1995
  •  "Recent case, Princz v. Federal Republic of Germany," 108 Harvard Law Review 513, 1994