EstefaniaRe

Associate

Miami + 1.305.714.9817

Estefania Re assists clients in defending Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) class actions. She also advises clients on complex employee benefits and executive compensation aspects of corporate acquisitions, dispositions, and mergers.

Estefania has experience counseling clients on internal benefit plan compliance and in preparing employment, equity incentive, separation, and severance agreements.

While in law school, Estefania served as a law clerk and clinical fellow for the University of Miami Health Rights Clinic. During her tenure at the clinic, she argued on behalf of an indigent client in front of the Social Security Administration (SSA). She also represented a Cuban domestic violence survivor in obtaining legal status and public benefits.

Experience

  • EagleTree Capital portfolio company acquires LauchlanJones Day advised EagleTree Capital in the acquisition by portfolio company The Channel Company, a global provider of news, insights, strategy, events, and marketing services for the technology industry, of Lauchlan, a U.S. based global marketing agency dedicated to the technology industry.
  • Riverside portfolio company acquires FoodLogiQ, LLCJones Day advised The Riverside Company in connection with the acquisition by portfolio company ESHA Research of FoodLogiQ, LLC, which provides supply chain management software used by restaurants, food retail and grocery chains, food and beverage product manufacturers, wholesale food suppliers and distributors, and other customers.
  • NioCorp to combine with GX Acquisition Corp. IIJones Day is advising NioCorp Developments Ltd. (TSX: NB; OTCQX: NIOBF) in its business combination with GX Acquisition Corp. II (Nasdaq: GXII), a publicly-traded special purpose acquisition corporation.
  • Henderson Park acquires D.C. Mandarin OrientalJones Day represented Henderson Park Capital Partners in its joint venture with Salamander Hospitality, LLC and the joint venture's $139 million acquisition and financing of the D.C. Mandarin Oriental, a 373-room luxury hotel located in the Southwest waterfront area of Washington D.C. 
  • D.C. Retirement Board wins dismissal in whistleblower caseA D.C. Superior Court judge granted Jones Day's motion to dismiss a whistleblower action on behalf of the District of Columbia Retirement Board ("DCRB") and its Chair of the Board of Trustees, Joseph W. Clark.