Dana E. Livne, a corporate specialist at PilieroMazza, assists public and private companies in a variety of industries, including technology, transportation, and defense. Her work encompasses general corporate and securities matters, including mergers and acquisitions, debt and equity financing, venture capital, business formation and structuring, public securities offerings, and general corporate governance. She has significant experience in managing multi-stakeholder transactions, handling transaction documentation, and leading due diligence and the transaction approval process.
Ms. Livne often acts as an external in-house counsel, assisting with employment issues, subcontracts, and other issues as they arise. She regularly works on small business procurement matters, particularly issues related to eligibility for, and continued participation in, small business federal procurement programs. Among other deals, she recently assisted a merger and related acquisition financing of a government contractor, and the seller in a sale of its membership interests to a government contractor, including the negotiation of an earn-out component. In the non-profit sector, Ms. Livne is assisting organizations that are establishing local chapters.
Prior to joining PilieroMazza, Ms. Livne worked for Israeli and American law firms, where she focused on cross-border business transactions. Ms. Livne has also worked in-house at a global industrial supply firm. Ms. Livne has served as foreign law clerk in the Supreme Court of Israel and was a research assistant to law professor Alan Dershowitz of Harvard Law School. Ms. Livne was Allan Rosenfield Fellow of an international nonprofit organization.
Ms. Livne is a life member of the Cambridge Union Society, where she has held both elected and appointed posts.