Jennifer Bott has extensive experience in the area of corporate law, including mergers and acquisitions. She regularly advises clients on matters relating to the formation, governance, reorganization, purchase/sale, and liquidation of a variety of entities, including corporations, limited liability companies, and partnerships. In addition, Ms. Bott also counsels clients on issues relating to lifetime and testamentary estate and tax planning, and special succession planning for the family or closely-held business.
Ms. Bott received her J.D. in 1991, with honors, from The George Washington University National Law Center, where she was an Associate of The George Washington Law Review. Ms. Bott received her undergraduate degree from Boston University, graduating with a B.S. in Business Administration (concentration in Finance), cum laude, in 1988. She was awarded a Masters in Taxation Law from the Boston University School of Law in 2003, graduating 6th out of a class of 92 students.
Admitted to Practice
Massachusetts; District of Columbia.
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