In a perfect world, an in-house legal team would be looped in on potential acquisitions early and often. But in the real world, that is not always (often?) the case. As a result, in-house counsel is often asked to answer legal questions on potential deals on short notice and with great urgency. This can be
Angie Geng Burcham has experience representing emerging growth, privately-held and publicly traded companies on a variety of legal issues, including mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, debt and equity offerings and securities law compliance.
While in law school, Angie served as the online editor for the Harvard Negotiation Law Review and volunteered at the Tenant Advocacy Project, representing public housing tenants and Section 8 recipients in administrative hearings at housing authorities throughout the greater Boston area.