Jacob (Jake) A. Kuipers advises public and private companies on complex domestic and cross-border corporate transactions, including venture financings, mergers and acquisitions, private equity transactions, international reorganizations, and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) compliance.
Among other issues, Jake’s research covers global investment and financial law, strategic mechanisms in bilateral investment treaties, and the rule of law in developing countries. Drawing on his research and international experience, he has written numerous articles for a variety of publications.
While in graduate school, Jake served as executive articles editor of the Boston College International and Comparative Law Review and legal editor of The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs. He also served as an executive board member and project leader on the Harvard Law and International Development Society and was a lead judge in the Model International Criminal Court in Krzyzowa, Poland.
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