Laura is an Associate in the Business Department and Mergers and Acquisitions Practice Group at McDonald Hopkins. As a former in-house counsel at a solar company and corporate lawyer in private practice, Laura’s experience allows her to provide clients with a unique perspective on their business and transaction concerns. Her practice includes working with businesses of all sizes on mergers and acquisitions and general corporate matters. She also provides guidance to both buyers and sellers on corporate reorganizations, purchase agreements, loan transactions, entity formation, and corporate governance.
With her background in the renewable energy industry, Laura provides additional expertise on managing solar project development at every stage, as well as solar project financing and sale transactions.
Laura earned her J.D. from Vermont Law School and holds a Certificate of General Management from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business Summer Institute for General Management (SIGM). She earned her Bachelor of Arts from Davidson College. Laura is admitted to practice in the state of New Hampshire only. She is practicing under the supervision and guidance of Members of the McDonald Hopkins Baltimore/Annapolis office.
- Represented a solar project development company in the strategic sales as well as acquisitions of solar arrays involving tax equity, solar investment tax credit, and sale-leaseback financing.
- Represented a Virginia-based government contractor in the intelligence and defense industry and its ownership group in the sale of 100% of the outstanding equity to a publicly traded company with a transaction value of $16,000,000.
- Represented a publically-traded information technology product and services company in an equity acquisition of a Maryland-based provider of blockchain and encryption algorithm technology.
- Represented various government contractors in the strategic acquisition of assets and the subsequent successful novation of such assets.
Admissions - State
- New Hampshire
- Vermont Law School
- Davidson College
- Stanford Graduate School of Business, Summer Institute for General Management