JENNIFER L. NORKUS
Special Counsel
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JENNIFER L. NORKUS Special Counsel

Jennifer Norkus is special counsel in the firm’s Chicago office.  She focuses her practice on mergers and acquisitions, equity and debt financing, and general corporate matters.

Jennifer represents public and private companies in the sale and purchase of assets and stock of both U.S. and international companies.  She also represents issuers and investors in connection with debt and equity financing, ranging from early stage venture financing to more traditional private equity fundings.  She also represents clients in general corporate matters, ranging from advising about governance issues and formation of entities to negotiating and drafting commercial agreements.

Jennifer also has experience in government contracts, representing an international manufacturer of defense-related components in the negotiation of U.S. government subcontracts, and representing a consulting and IT services company in its bid to acquire a service-disabled veteran-owned small business concern engaged in U.S. government contracting.

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Jennifer Norkus is special counsel in the firm’s Chicago office.  She focuses her practice on mergers and acquisitions, equity and debt financing, and general corporate matters.

Jennifer represents public and private companies in the sale and purchase of assets and stock of both U.S. and international companies.  She also represents issuers and investors in connection with debt and equity financing, ranging from early stage venture financing to more traditional private equity fundings.  She also represents clients in general corporate matters, ranging from advising about governance issues and formation of entities to negotiating and drafting commercial agreements.

Jennifer also has experience in government contracts, representing an international manufacturer of defense-related components in the negotiation of U.S. government subcontracts, and representing a consulting and IT services company in its bid to acquire a service-disabled veteran-owned small business concern engaged in U.S. government contracting.