Jai Agrawal

Jai Agrawal

has counseled private equity sponsors in numerous complex domestic and cross-border transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, divestitures and financings. Jai has also represented sponsors on the formation of tens of billions of dollars of private equity and leverage buyout funds as well as the formation of single-purpose investment vehicles. Jai has extensive experience with structuring and devising internal fund management, compensation and succession planning arrangements as well as spinouts and spinoffs of institutional private equity groups.

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Areas of Practice 1) Leveraged Acquisitions, 2) Mergers & Acquisitions, 3) Private Company, 4) Private Equity and 5) Corporate
Law School Emory University Law School, J.D., 1997
Education Cornell University, B.A., 1994 with distinction
Bar Member / Association State bar of New York
Most recent firm Kirkland & Ellis LLP
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