The American Lawyer has named Goodwin lawyers Heidi Mayon and Julia White Dealmakers of the Year for their work representing the underwriters in DoorDash’s $3.4 billion IPO. The American Lawyer’s annual list recognizes practitioners who have played a pivotal role in the year’s most notable and innovative transactions.
Mayon is a partner in the firm's Technology and Life Sciences groups, where she focuses her practice on all areas of corporate and securities law, with an emphasis on capital markets transactions. Mayon represents a full range of corporate clients on a wide variety of matters, including public company readiness, initial public offerings, complex capital markets transactions, corporate governance and advising boards of directors. She also serves as the Silicon Valley office’s leader of Women@Goodwin.
White is an associate and member of the firm’s Technology group, specializing in all areas of corporate and securities laws with a primary focus on capital markets transactions, public company representation and advising emerging-growth technology companies. Based in the San Francisco office, White’s representation of companies spans the entire corporate life-cycle, including pre-incorporation planning, general corporate representation and counseling, venture capital financings, mergers and acquisitions, public offerings, corporate governance and public company representation.
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