AREA OF PRACTICE

Corporate

Biography

Emily Santana is an Associate in the Firm’s Corporate Practice Group. She represents companies, funds, and other investors in a wide variety of corporate and transactional matters, including mergers and acquisitions, venture capital and private equity transactions, corporate governance, and company formation and structuring matters. Emily's practice also involves preparing and filing trademark and copyright applications, and subsequent communications with the United States Trademark and Copyright Office, while managing hundreds of domestic and international trademark portfolios.

Representation

Supported in the representation of Edison Venture Fund, a Mid-Atlantic private equity fund, in connection with its various investments of numerous well-established and industry leading companies. 

Supported in the representation of TripleLift, Inc., one of the largest advertising technology platforms in the world, in connection with the sale of a majority stake of its shares to Vista Equity Partners, a leading global investment firm focused on enterprise software, data and technology-enabled businesses, in one of the largest transactions in the history of ad tech.

Supported in the representation of Sustain LLC, a sustainable women’s healthcare products company, in connection with the sale of its business to Grove Collaborative, Inc., a natural household and personal care products company.

Supported in the representation of ASPire Financial Services, a developer of a leading 401(k) recordkeeping and retirement solution platform, in its sale to PCS Retirement, LLC, developer of a leading retirement and wealth management platform backed by LLR.

*Some of the above matters were handled by Emily prior to joining Brown Rudnick.

Education

Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law – J.D., 2015
St. Petersburg College – B.S. Business Administration, 2012

Bar Admissions

New York
New Jersey

Languages

Spanish
Publications
Author, "The Fake Person in Your Play: A Study in Copyrights of Characters," The Dramatist (July/August 2014)