Alexandra Kennelly advises public and private companies and private equity firms on transactional matters in a variety of industries. She concentrates her practice on domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions (for both strategic and sponsor clients), complex commercial transactions, and general corporate representations, including corporate governance.
Prior to joining Jones Day, Alexandra represented, among others, the General Electric Company in the disposition by GE Power of its core controls business to Emerson Electric Co.; TDR Capital in various portfolio company acquisitions and dispositions in the mortgage services and automotive services industries; and Christie Digital Systems in several acquisitions and dispositions in the audio-visual solutions and medical devices industries.
Alexandra also has experience advising public clients on debt offerings and periodic reporting obligations.
Alexandra advises pro bono clients on a variety of transactional and corporate governance matters and is a member of the board of directors of ServiceJuris, Inc. and a member of the young professionals' committee of Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta.
The following represents experience acquired prior to joining Jones Day.
Represented GE Power in its disposition of the core controls business of its Power division and in a joint venture related to the development of turbine technologies.
Represented TDR Capital's portfolio companies in various acquisitions of mortgage services companies and retail car wash companies.
Represented TDR Capital in its sale of MCS Group to American Securities.
Represented Christie Digital Systems in its disposition of Allure Global Solutions and in its acquisition of certain of the assets of a high-performance speaker system developer and producer.
Represented Ushio America in its acquisition of an ownership interest in an LED device developer and in a related loan arrangement between Ushio and the target.
Represented good2grow in its sale to Kainos Capital.
Represented Montrose Environmental in its acquisition of multiple environmental services businesses.
Represented Lexington Realty Trust in its $250 million offering of 4.40% Senior Notes due 2024.
- Vanderbilt University (J.D. 2013); Northwestern University (B.A. in English and Political Science 2007)