ZoëLensing

Associate

Washington + 1.202.879.3827

Zoe Lensing counsels and represents clients in international trade and national security matters. She has assisted clients in navigating and understanding economic sanctions and export control issues, including sanctions regimes administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and the Export Administrations Regulations (EAR). She has also represented clients seeking to engage in foreign direct investment and other transactions that implicate international trade concerns, such as review by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), advised importers in various types of U.S. customs matters and litigation regarding duties imposed under Section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974, and assisted clients with internal investigations related to sanctions compliance and government contracts.

Zoe also has significant experience navigating compliance questions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, including questions about international restrictions and U.S. state and local executive orders and guidance.

Experience

  • PTTGC acquires allnex from AdventJones Day is advising PTT Global Chemical Public Company Limited in the €4 billion acquisition of allnex Holding GmbH from Advent International.
  • EagleTree Capital acquires IntegreonJones Day advised EagleTree Capital in connection with the acquisition and financing of Integreon, a leading global managed services provider, from NewQuest Capital Partners.
  • Riverside portfolio company acquires DIGARCJones Day represented The Riverside Company in connection with the acquisition and financing by portfolio company Modern Campus of DIGARC, the leading provider of academic catalog and curriculum management, class and student scheduling, and student pathfinder software for higher education.
  • Morgan Stanley Capital Partners acquires Nivel Parts & ManufacturingJones Day advised Morgan Stanley Capital Partners in the acquisition and financing of Nivel Parts & Manufacturing Co., LLC, a global manufacturer, distributor, and seller of aftermarket parts and accessories for niche vehicles and heavy-duty equipment.
  • Riverside portfolio company acquires SCRAM Systems®Jones Day represented The Riverside Company in connection with the acquisition and financing by portfolio company LMG Holdings, Inc. of Alcohol Monitoring Systems, Inc. dba SCRAM Systems®, a leading provider of technology-enabled monitoring solutions and groundbreaking offender management software for state and local judicial systems and corrections departments.
  • American Industrial Partners acquires High Pressure Solutions Segment of Ingersoll Rand for $300 millionJones Day advised American Industrial Partners in its $300 million acquisition of a majority interest in the High Pressure Solutions Segment of Ingersoll Rand, a premier market leader in the manufacturing, service, and repair of high-pressure pumps and related consumables in the upstream energy market.
  • Uniphore raises capital in Series D roundJones Day represented Uniphore Technologies Inc., a conversational AI platform providing automation, analytics, assistant and security services, in its issuance of Series D Preferred Stock, which was led by Sorenson Capital Partners.
  • Bpifrance participates in $42 million Series B financing round of SightCallJones Day represented Bpifrance in the $42 million Series B round of financing of SightCall, Inc., the leading augmented reality (AR)-powered visual assistance platform, led by InfraVia Capital Partners.
  • Morgan Stanley Capital Partners invests in AWT Labels & Packing and Citation Healthcare LabelsJones Day advised Morgan Stanley Capital Partners in their investment in Advanced Web Technologies Holding Company, which operates as AWT Labels & Packaging and Citation Healthcare Labels, from Mason Wells, a Midwest-based private equity firm.
  • Manufacturers challenge tariffs in Court of International TradeJones Day represents several manufacturers challenging tariffs promulgated by the United States Trade Representative pursuant to Section 301 of the Trade Act.