Attorney Profile

Jenna Nand

Business Attorney

Jenna began her legal career in the corporate group of a global law firm. She is licensed to practice in Washington and Minnesota.

In addition to her law practice, Jenna enjoys writing for the music section of The Seattle Weekly, playing tennis, and spending time with her family in Edmonds, WA.

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Representative Transactions

Assisted a nonprofit in drafting and filing its incorporation documents with the IRS, as well as holding its initial board meeting.

Prepared a 10-Q filing for a U.S. food distribution company.

Drafted an SEC comment letter for a Canadian options clearing organization regarding a Rule 12(h) exemption from filing.

Represented a Japanese real estate company in a US$38 million cross-border transaction. Structured an international acquisition of a domestic company, created a wholly owned subsidiary to facilitate an international funds transfer and drafted a purchase agreement.

Represented a Canadian mining company in CN$180 million and CN$175 million offerings of common shares. Prepared disclosure schedules and ensured consistency between the offering documents.

Represented a U.S. mining company in a $10 million buyout of a minority shareholder. Negotiated the purchase of a minority stake with a hostile shareholder. Performed diligence on the formation documents, researched litigation-related issues of fiduciary obligations between partners of a closely held corporation, and advised our client on its strategy in reaching an agreement with minority shareholders without resorting to litigation.

Drafted an SEC No-Action Letter for a U.S. bank requesting the right to exclude a shareholder proposal from the company’s proxy statement under Rule 14a-8.

Represented a U. S. bank in restructuring a $40 million commercial guaranty agreement. Renegotiated a guaranty obligation on a restructured revolving credit facility. Drafted the revised guaranty agreement for the underlying transaction.

Jenna Nand