Natasha Gandhi focuses her practice on the representation of clients in a broad range of transactional and business contract matters. Prior to her legal career, Natasha worked for a Big Four accounting firm. Her work involved performing valuation analysis for several business combinations across the oil, gas and power sectors, which included the valuation of equity and intangibles for financial, tax and acquisition purposes.
J.D., UCLA School of Law, 2014
B.B.A., Finance, with honors, The University of Texas at Austin, 2005
Represented Dallas-based information management software developer ISN in its transaction with New York-based private equity firm Blackstone Group, a minority investment valuing the company at over $2B.
Represented seller in $85M cold storage warehouses deal.
Represented buyers and sellers in a variety of merger, acquisition, divestiture, and investment transactions.
Represented clients in negotiating and drafting a variety of real estate documents, including real estate purchase and sale agreements and commercial real estate leases.
Represented clients in entity formation and drafting and negotiation of a variety of corporate governance documents, including bylaws, operating agreements, stock issuance agreements, and stockholder agreements.
Represented clients in drafting and negotiating a variety of commercial agreements, including distribution agreements, manufacturing agreements, license agreements, confidentiality and non-compete agreements, professional services agreements, and other commercial agreements.
Represented a national movie theater chain in opening new theater locations nationwide, and advising the company on ongoing compliance matters with respect to its credit facility.
Represented clients in negotiation of leases and with lease related issues in connection with leasing portfolios.
Represented buyers, sellers, developers, and lenders with title and survey reviews.
Assisted in representing lenders and borrowers in negotiating a variety of loan documents.
Assisted in representing luxury skincare products company in its sale to leading consumer products company.
Assisted in representing enterprise software company in the sale of its assets to two separate buyers for a combined purchase price of approximately $35 million.
Assisted in representing one of the nation’s largest non-profit providers of senior care services in the acquisition of several companies engaged in the home health care, hospice care, and supportive care industries.
Assisted in representing a real estate investment and operating company in the sale of a large office building for over $26 million.
Assisted in representing a non-profit school in obtaining financing for the construction of a new building and related facilities, and for the refinancing of its existing debt.