Adela Woliansky practices corporate law, focusing on banking and finance transactions. She represents lenders, agents, financial institutions, and corporations on a variety of financing transactions with a focus on corporate and acquisition finance. Her transactional experience covers a wide range of industries including financial services, energy, media and communications, health care, and food and beverage.
Adela also has advised developers and corporations on a broad range of energy transactions, including derivative transactions for the purchase and sale of energy-related commodities and environmental credits. In addition, she has significant knowledge of the regulatory landscape for the implementation of offshore wind projects in the U.S.
Prior to joining Jones Day, Adela spent two years as an associate at a leading international law firm in Australia where she completed rotations in the telecommunications, M&A, and banking and finance practice groups.
Adela has contributed to articles in legal publications and has extensively researched blockchain technology, and in particular smart contracts. She is a member of the Firm's Blockchain Initiative.
- New York University (LL.M. 2016); University of Melbourne (Master of Laws 2015; Bachelor of Commerce and Laws Hons. 2011); Center for Transnational Legal Studies, Georgetown University (Certificate 2011)
- New York