Jeremy M. Veit

Jeremy Veit

joined the corporate group of Kirkland & Ellis LLP' San Francisco office as an associate upon the opening of the office in December 2002. He became a partner in 2006. Jeremy's practice at Kirkland has focused on all aspects of private equity transactions, particularly leveraged acquisitions of both public and private targets and equity and debt financings. In addition, Jeremy has experience in both public and private securities offerings, fund formation, executive compensation matters and general corporate matters.

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Areas of Practice 1) Corporate, 2) Private Equity and 3) Mergers & Acquisitions
Law School Duke University School of Law, J.D., 2000 magna cum laude, Order of the Coif
Education Stanford University, B.A., Economics & History, 1996
Bar Member / Association State bar of California,State bar of New York
Most recent firm Kirkland & Ellis LLP
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