Leah is a partner in the Corporate & Finance practice.
Leah focuses her practice on the representation of private and public companies in a variety of transactional and securities matters, including mergers and acquisitions, private and public offerings, SEC compliance issues, and corporate governance matters. She often advises investors in connection with private finance, equity rounds, and venture capital.
Active on representations involving both the company side and the investor side, Leah’s involvement in a variety of transactions positions her to provide targeted legal advice as a trusted outside general counsel resource. She also draws on her deep experience with general corporate contract review, as she understands the ins and outs of contracts, including non-disclosure agreements, non-competition agreements, employment agreements, and more.
Leah is active in pro bono work, including as a board member of the Atlanta Center for Self Sufficiency, an organization empowering financially vulnerable individuals to become independent, sustainably employed, and economic contributors to society, and as a frequent volunteer with Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta, providing various nonprofits in Atlanta, Georgia, with business legal services.