Debevoise & Plimpton LLP today announced that partners Jonathan Adler and Sally Gibson have been among the top 30 private equity funds lawyers under 40, as featured in the October issue of Private Funds Management (“PFM”).
PFM celebrated their “30 Under 40” honorees as “tomorrow’s superstar private equity lawyers” and indicated it was “no surprise that Debevoise & Plimpton, which boasts one of the most respected private equity practices in the world, would find some of its junior talent on [the] list.”
Mr. Adler, based in Debevoise’s New York office, focuses his practice on advising sponsors of private investment funds, including buyout, growth capital, energy, infrastructure and credit funds. In addition to his work with U.S. and European funds, Mr. Adler has also advised clients in establishing private equity funds, offices and joint ventures in various emerging markets, including Africa, India and South America.
Ms. Gibson, based in Debevoise’s London office, focuses her practice on advising sponsors of private investment funds, including buyout, real estate, infrastructure, energy, mezzanine and secondaries funds. She has also advised on the restructuring of English investment managers and investment advisers and the acquisition of fund management groups. Ms. Gibson has extensive experience working with clients to navigate the regulatory issues affecting the private equity and fund management sectors.
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