Elizabeth G.

Elizabeth G. Penn

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Elizabeth is a member of Moye White's Business and Corporate Section, primarily focusing on mergers, acquisitions, and dispositions. She has represented private companies in buy-side and sell-side transactions ranging in value from $1 million to $360 million. 

Elizabeth helps her clients draft various transaction documents, including asset and stock purchase agreements, letters of intent, restrictive covenant agreements, transition services agreements, and promissory notes. She also conducts and manages due diligence, represents borrowers in commercial lending transactions valued up to $1 billion and advises her clients on entity formation and corporate governance matters. 

Prior to joining the firm, Elizabeth was a corporate and securities attorney in a regional law firm in Louisville, Kentucky. She also served as a term clerk for the Honorable Thomas B. Russell in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Kentucky. In her free time, Elizabeth enjoys hiking, reading, and traveling. 

Elizabeth is admitted to practice in Kentucky and is temporarily authorized to practice in Colorado pending admission under CRCP 205.6.