ATLANTA – Barnes & Thornburg LLP announced today that partner Jennifer Moseley and of counsel attorney Roslyn Falk have joined the firm’s Atlanta office as members of the Corporate Department.
Moseley has significant transactional experience while Falk counsels individuals and business entities as a member of the firm’s Private Wealth Services Group.
“The arrival of both Jennifer and Roslyn underscores our commitment to grow the Atlanta office with attorneys who fit our firm’s profile as a working attorney firm,” said Stuart Johnson, managing partner of Barnes & Thornburg’s Atlanta office. “Attorneys of their caliber will strengthen our core offerings and further bolster our reputation for excellence in client service.”
Moseley and Falk are latest attorneys to join Barnes & Thornburg’s growing Atlanta office, which recently added labor and employment attorney Peter Spanos and corporate attorney James Robinson. With their arrival, the office has increased its attorney ranks to 23 since opening in 2009. The firm also recently welcomed Thomas Choi as a Korean Business Liaison for the firm’s Labor & Employment Law Department.
About Jennifer Mercier Moseley
In her practice, Moseley works with public and private companies in stock and asset purchases, stock-for-stock combinations, cash out mergers and tender and exchange offers. She also advises public companies on Exchange Act reporting requirements, and financial institutions in debt and equity financing transactions and distressed-debt trade transactions, as well as general stock exchange matters and securities compliance issues for registered broker-dealers.
Prior to joining Barnes & Thornburg, Moseley was a partner at Burr & Forman in Birmingham, Ala. She earned her J.D. from Cornell University and B.A. from New York University, cum laude.
Moseley is licensed to practice in Alabama and New York and is a member of the American Bar Association, Alabama State Bar, New York State Bar, Birmingham Bar Association and Association to Invest in the USA.
About Roslyn Falk
Falk works with individuals and closely-held businesses, focusing her practice on strategies for preserving and transferring family wealth, including estate planning and administration, planning for gift, generation-skipping and other taxes, and structuring specialized entities such as trusts, family limited partnerships and others.
Prior to joining Barnes & Thornburg, Falk was counsel at Schiff Hardin, where she served in the Private Clients, Trusts and Estates practice group. She earned her J.D. from Georgia State University College of Law, M. Tx. in Taxation from Georgia State University, M. Phil. and M.A. in Economics from Columbia University, B.A. in Economics from City College of New York, and B.H.L. in Hebrew Literature from Yeshiva University.
Falk is licensed to practice in Georgia and is a Certified Public Accountant. She worked as a financial planner and accountant at Habif, Arogeti & Wynne, LLP; she later worked in tax compliance at Ernst & Young. Falk helped to create the Torah Day School of Atlanta and has served as a board member, officer and committee chair for the institution.
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