David Jeans focuses his practice on all aspects of business transactions and corporate law. He represents corporations and other entities, private investors, start-up companies, and professional organizations in mergers and acquisitions, financing, general corporate matters, intellectual property protection, and contract negotiations.
- The University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2009
- Member, The University of Memphis Law Review
- The University of Memphis, B.B.A., 2005
- Captain of The University of Memphis Golf Team
- Represented national e-commerce retailer of aftermarket vehicle parts and accessories in connection with its $24 million sale of the business.
- Represented real estate acquisition group in connection with its $10 million bridge financing transaction.
- Represented privately held wholesale distributor of poultry, beef, seafood and pork in its acquisition of a seafood distribution company.
- Assisted client with $42 million asset sale of its software company.
- Represented client in connection with its $10 million sale of its dental practice to a private equity fund.
- Assisted borrowers in $30 million and $50 million loan restructure transactions.
- Assisted client with $15 million purchase of a loan servicing company.
- Represented client in connection with issuing $20 million of its preferred stock to the United States Secretary of Treasury under the Small Business Lending Fund.
- Represented multiple clients in connection with the sale of their plastic manufacturing businesses.
- Represented software client in connection with its $1.2 million preferred unit private placement of securities.
- Represented client with $2 million sale of its dental practice.
- Represented client with its acquisition of a glass repair and installation business with multiple locations.
- Admitted, The Florida Bar, 2009
- Member, The Osprey Club, 2011-2015
- Member, Executive Committee – Osprey Club, 2013 – 2015
Recent Presentations / Lectures
- “LLC vs. INC.,” National Business Institute (October, 2011)