Esther is a founding partner of our firm. Esther’s practice focuses on representing venture funds and assisting small and emerging growth companies from formation through their lifecycles. Esther has extensive experience working on a diverse range of corporate and financial transactions, including venture investments in a variety of sectors, acquisitions and sales of publicly and privately held companies; strategic alliances; secured lending arrangements; securities law matters and corporate governance.
After graduating from law school, Esther spent more than seven years at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, a leading New York and international law firm. Esther has been cited in The American Lawyer in connection with her work on Hewlett Packard’s acquisition of 3Par and in connection with her work on Google’s acquisition of Motorola; The Deal Magazine in connection with her representation of J.Crew in its sale to TPG; and on the Harvard Corporate Governance Blog in connection with an article she co-authored on corporate governance matters.
Esther received her J.D. with honors from the University of Michigan Law School, where she worked as an Articles Editor of the University of Michigan Law Review and her B.A. cum laude from Duke University. Esther is bilingual in Hungarian and English.
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