Saboor H. AbdulJaami
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Saboor H. AbdulJaami is the founding and managing member of AbdulJaami, PLLC. Mr. AbdulJaami provides legal advice about business law, contract law and corporate law. He has experience with a broad range of business law, including small business legal services, commercial law, contract law, securities law and other business law matters. Mr. AbdulJaami has recently provided legal advice to clients on matters including:
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- Negotiation and documentation of a secured investment into a rapidly growing Mexico-based production company.
- Strategic joint venture agreement pooling the resources of a capital provider and an experience manufacturer.
- International sales representative agreement documenting the relationship between a U.S. manufacturer and foreign sales representatives based in several different Asian countries.
- Distributorship agreement between a U.S. reseller and an African distributor.
- Development agreement between an owner/developer and a property manager and operator.
- Investment agreement between three parties concerning impact of future strategic action (merger or sale of significant equity stake) on current investment.
- Formation of corporations including corporate governance legal advice.
- Formation of limited liability companies including corporate governance legal advice.
- Legal advice regarding the impact of a corporate restructuring on a minority equity interest.
| ||Mr. AbdulJaami gained considerable transactions experience while practicing law in the New York City corporate finance department of Kaye Scholer LLP. At Kaye Scholer, Mr. AbdulJaami's practice was centered on assisting companies to grow (i) organically via various forms of fund-raising (including the monetizing of assets through structured finance and divestitures) or (ii) through mergers and acquisitions. The following list includes some of transactions Mr. AbdulJaami's advised on while at Kaye Scholer: || |
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- Acquisition of a large public company subsequent to a prepackaged U.S. bankruptcy (Chapter 11) filing;
- Sale of a substantial portfolio company to international conglomerate;
- Sale of a substantial private company to public company;
- Private placement of significant amount of notes to both foreign and U.S. investors through a Regulation 144A/Regulation S offering with a subsequent A/B exchange making the notes fully liquid;
- Structuring of timely commercial paper conduit;
- significant credit facility involving both term and revolving notes;
- significant credit facility entered into in connection with an acquisition;
- Shelf registration of debt securities to provide liquidity on an as-needed basis to a significant investor.
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- New York University School of Law, J.D.
- Cornell University, B.S. Biology
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- Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York
- United States Court of International Trade
- United States District Court – Western District of New York
- United States District Court - Southern District of New York
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- The New York City Bar Association