Jake Crosetto provides clients with a wide range of transactional advice.
Jake focuses his practice on a broad range of transactional matters, with an emphasis on transactions involving Delaware limited liability companies, partnerships, corporations, and business trusts. Jake routinely assists with numerous aspects of structured finance transactions and advises on secured transactions, debtor-in-possession lending, mergers and acquisitions, and venture capital investments. He also represents clients in connection with corporate bankruptcy related transactions and debt restructurings, including Section 363 asset purchases.
Jake provides advice and legal opinions on a variety of matters of Delaware law, including
- formation and operation of Delaware corporations and alternative entities,
- enforceability of contracts governed by Delaware law,
- choice of law issues, and
- creation and perfection of security interests under Article 9 of the Delaware Uniform Commercial Code.