Jeremy K. Sigall
Jeremy K. Sigall is an attorney at The Minton Law Group, P.C. His practice focuses on the representation of venture capitalists, angel investors and the startups and emerging businesses they invest in with their transactional needs, including raising capital, mergers & acquisitions and exit opportunities. Jeremy also provides specialized guidance to startups and emerging businesses throughout their full life cycle, including with respect to corporate governance matters.
Prior to joining The Minton Law Group, P.C., Jeremy practiced in the corporate department of a large international law firm where he represented corporate clients and private equity fund clients, as well as their portfolio companies, in a diverse range of transactions, including mergers & acquisitions, recapitalizations and debt financings.
Jeremy maintains an active pro bono practice, including a working relationship with Sanctuary for Families, New York’s leading service provider and advocate for survivors of domestic violence, sex trafficking and related forms of gender violence.
Education: Harvard Law School, Juris Doctor
New York University, Bachelor of Arts in Economics, summa cum laude
Bar Admissions: New York
Current and Past Representations and Transactions
General Corporate Representations and Transactions
• Outside general counsel to a celebrity charity marketing company.
• Outside general counsel to a waste and recycling management company.
• Outside general counsel to an educational software company.
• The acquisition by a private equity fund of a controlling interest in a leading operator of branded convenience stores in the Mid-Atlantic region.
• The purchase by a private equity fund portfolio company in the household products business of the assets related to the branded dish care business of another company.
• The recapitalization by a private equity fund of an investment advisor to state and local governments and not-for-profit institutions.
• The acquisition out of bankruptcy by a consortium of private equity funds of substantially all of the assets of an international supplier of specialty paperboard and plastic packaging.
• The equity investment by a private equity fund in a company providing pharmacy benefits administration services.
• The acquisition by a private equity fund of a controlling interest in a value-added reseller of software to government customers.
• The acquisition via merger by a private equity fund portfolio company of a target engaged in the business of developing, implementing and managing radiation oncology services.
• The financing of a casino project in the Midwest, consisting of a first lien credit facility composed of a delayed draw term loan facility and a revolving credit facility and the private placement of second lien notes.
• The refinancing of senior and mezzanine credit facilities of a private equity fund portfolio company and data center operator, the proceeds of which were used to finance the construction of a new data center.
• The amendment and restatement of a publicly traded energy company’s credit sleeve in connection with its acquisition of the retail business of another publicly traded energy company.
A loan by a mezzanine fund to a publicly traded specialty diamond and jewelry retailer in exchange for warrants to purchase a portion of the retailer’s common stock.
Jeremy was born and raised in Manhattan, New York. Before attending New York University, Jeremy was a student at The Ramaz School in Manhattan’s Upper East Side, where he was the goaltender for the school’s hockey team. At New York University, Jeremy was inducted into The Phi Beta Kappa Society and was given the Emanuel Stein Award, which is awarded annually to a single graduating senior for outstanding scholarship in economics. After graduation, Jeremy spent two years as a clinical research associate in the pediatric emergency department of a nationally renowned teaching hospital and earned a certificate in premedical sciences from Columbia University. In his free time, Jeremy enjoys sports, cooking, comedy and fiddling with electronics.