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Wendy Williamson is of counsel in the New York and Stamford offices of Anderson Kill. Ms. Williamson's practice concentrates in, and she has extensive and broad experience in mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, securities and private equity transactions, business restructuring, corporate governance, securities law compliance, private investment funds, commercial litigation, intellectual property litigation, employment and labor law, and high technology rights, as well as general business law matters. She has represented both privately and publicly-held companies in a variety of industries, and has experience working with the firm’s bankruptcy group in various bankruptcy cases and restructuring matters, as well as representing bond holders in out-of-court restructurings. Ms. Williamson is also a member of Anderson Kill's Financial Services Industry and Regulated Products Groups.
Ms. Williamson also has extensive litigation experience in both federal and state courts, including pleadings, pretrial disclosure, motion practice, trials and appeals, arbitration, complex settlement agreements, and enforcement of judgments. Her understanding of the entire litigation process is valuable in structuring, negotiating and documenting business transactions, just as her corporate and business experience provides useful insights with respect to business issues arising in litigation.
Ms. Williamson’s recent sample engagements include:
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