Natalie S. Lederman
Natalie Lederman is a senior associate in the Corporate Department of our New York office. She represents public and private companies, both domestic and international, in a broad range of general business and finance matters with a focus on mergers and acquisitions, securities law compliance, financing transactions and private equity investments.
Natalie represents companies across various industries, including finance, fintech, biotech, energy, manufacturing and design. Additionally, she has unique experience in advising clients on legal and regulatory issues that arise in the cryptocurrency space, in facilitating security token offerings and other token generation events, and in structuring and advising funds that carry out various blockchain projects.
Clients also benefit from Natalie's experience in litigating matters arising out of corporate and financial transactions and contractual disputes. Her IP experience includes preparing various intellectual property agreements (including purchases, assignments and licensing agreements), and she has counseled clients regarding selection and maintenance of trademarks, as well as copyright and domain name issues.
Prior to practicing law, Natalie was a financial consultant with Deloitte LLP in New York, advising national leadership on strategy initiatives, mergers and acquisitions.
News & Publications
- Will Security Tokens Make 2019 the Year of Finance Innovation?, Blockchain Land, Quoted (February 6, 2019)
- Fintech & Blockchain Insights, Quoted
- How Many Times Does the SEC Have to Repeat Itself Before the World Listens?, S&W Client Advisory (December 15, 2017)
- Sullivan & Worcester Receives Award for Cross-Border Deal of the Year from The M&A Advisor, The M&A Advisor (November 14, 2016)
- New SEC Rule to Require Disclosure of Ratio of CEO Compensation to Median Worker Compensation, Client Advisory (August 11, 2015)
- Umami — Trendy But Not Protectable, Law360 (October 16, 2013)
- Design Protection Law Searches for the Right Pattern, IPRinfo (March 2012)