Stacie Jeong has experience representing public and private life science, technology, consumer products, and financial services companies on commercial transactions and corporate and securities law matters, including public offerings, PIPE transactions, shelf registrations, venture capital financings, mergers and acquisitions, and SEC reporting and compliance.
- Toyota Motor North America, Inc. and Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. in multiple commercial, financing and other transactions, including with respect to the development of hydrogen fueling facilities and Toyota's agreements with FirstElement Fuel to support the long-term operation and maintenance expenses of new hydrogen refueling stations in California, including arrangements with Honda, Mitsui, JBIC, and Air Liquide as FirstElement's other financial backers.
- The Charles Schwab Corporation in a $3.5 billion capital restructuring, consisting of a $2.5 billion stock repurchase, including a "Dutch Auction" tender offer and a $1 billion special dividend.
- Aperia Technologies Inc. in its commercial transactions, debt and equity offerings (including venture capital financings), and general corporate matters.
- Buderim Group in connection with various commercial agreements relating to ginger and macadamia nut products.
- Allegro Investment Inc. in its investments in technology companies.
- Digital River, Inc. in a Rule 144A offering of $345 million in senior convertible notes.
- Wedbush Securities Inc. in a follow-on public offering for Image Sensing Systems, Inc.
- Allegis Capital in its investments in technology companies.
- MLC, a division of the National Australian Bank, in its investments in technology companies.
- Tao Capital in its investments in technology and alternative energy companies.
- Technology Partners in its investments in technology companies.
- J.D., University of California, Hastings College of the Law, 2003
- B.A., University of California, Berkeley, 1997
State Bar of California