Julianna Lowe French

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  • Wake Forest University School of Law, JD, Member, Wake Forest University Law Review, 2002
  • Wake Forest University, BA, cum laude, 1996
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  • North Carolina
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Member, Business Law Section, North Carolina Bar Association

Member, Mecklenburg County Bar

Julianna focuses her practice on capital markets transactions and securities offerings. She has worked extensively representing issuers in complex international securities offerings, including registered offerings and offerings pursuant to Regulation S and Rule 144A, and has counseled issuers on derivative securities matters. Julianna has represented public companies in establishing shelf registration statements and represents U.S. and international issuers in establishing securities offering programs in Europe, Asia and other jurisdictions. Her experience also includes representation of issuers in U.S. and international tender offers and exchange offers for debt securities and other securities. She also has represented underwriters in connection with registered public offerings and dealer managers in liability management transactions. Julianna counsels clients regarding securities compliance issues and also counsels public and private companies on corporate governance matters.

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Representation of an issuer in connection with the establishment of shelf registration statements and subsequent sales of more than $50 billion of securities pursuant to those registration statements.

Representation of U.S. and international issuers in the establishment of medium-term note programs and subsequent sales of notes pursuant to those programs in transactions exempt from registration in the United States.

Representation of U.S. and international issuers in the establishment of derivative instruments offering programs exempt from registration in the United States (Rule 144A and Regulation S), including preparation of offering documents and negotiation of agreements with dealers and other third parties.

Representation of underwriters in a $9.0 billion offering of guaranteed senior notes by a consumer products company.

Representation of dealer managers in a $3.5 billion private exchange offer and consent solicitation.

Representation of an independent oil and gas company in its $1 billion public offering of debt securities and its tender offer and consent solicitation for subordinated notes.

Representation of a financial institution and its subsidiary in connection with an international tender offer for up to $4 billion of outstanding senior notes denominated in four different currencies.

Representation of a public company in a $3 billion international tender offer for debt securities.

Representation of a major financial institution in the disposition of a controlling interest in a large global investment manager.

Representation of a public company in an exchange offer of preferred stock for common stock.

Representation of a public company in the issuance of over $19 billion in convertible equity securities.

Representation of a major financial institution in the disposition of a controlling interest in a large global investment manager.

Representation of issuers in connection with the registration and issuance of preferred stock, trust preferred securities and hybrid securities.

Moderator, SEC Compliance and Disclosure Update, McGuireWoods LLP SEC Practice Complimentary Webinar Series, September 27, 2016
Moderator, SEC Compliance and Disclosure Update, McGuireWoods LLP SEC Practice Complimentary Webinar Series, September 22, 2015
Speaker, "Recent SEC Guidance Regarding Abbreviated Debt Tender Offers," SEC Compliance and Disclosure Update, McGuireWoods LLP SEC Practice Complimentary Webinar Series, April 28, 2015