Sara Fon Miller focuses her practice on business and finance, securities, and mergers and acquisitions.
Ms. Miller worked with the firm as a summer associate in 2012 and 2013.
While attending law school, Ms. Miller served as Managing Editor of the Emory Law Journal and was a legal extern at General Electric Energy Services for its Energy Management Division in Atlanta, Georgia.
Served as seller's M&A counsel for Maxwell Chase Technologies, LLC, a U.S.-based producer of absorbent and non-absorbent packaging solutions for the food industry, in the sale of all of its membership interests to CSP Technologies North America, LLC, a global leader in advanced polymeric protective packaging solutions, and affiliate of Wendel Group.
Represented French private equity fund sponsor TCR Capital, and its portfolio company, In’Tech Medical, a Franco-American manufacturer of surgical devices, in the leveraged acquisition of 95 percent of the shares of Turner Medical, Inc., an Alabama-based contract manufacturer of medical devices.
Served as buyer's counsel for Zodiac Aerospace, one of the largest providers of aircraft equipment and on board systems for commercial, regional and business aircraft, and helicopters, in its acquisition by merger of Enviro Systems, Inc., an Oklahoma-based designer and manufacturer of Environment Control Systems for business aviation and helicopters.
Emory University School of Law, J.D. (2014) with honors
University of Georgia, A.B.J., Public Relations and B.A., Spanish (2011) magna cum laude
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