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Alexandra P. Serre

Associate

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+1.212.692.6226

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Alexandra focuses her practice on mergers and acquisitions, private equity transactions, and corporate finance deals for clients across many industries. Her experience includes working on acquisition and disposition deals for private equity portfolio companies, negotiating and drafting agreements and other transaction-related documents, and performing due diligence. She has also advised clients on corporate governance issues and general corporate matters.

Prior to joining Mintz, Alexandra was an associate in the New York office of a national law firm, where she represented private companies and private equity funds in a wide variety of transactions. She served as a law clerk at that firm while earning her law degree. 

During law school, Alexandra was also a legal intern with a New York-based law firm that focuses on representing U.S. subsidiaries of companies based in other countries and an intern with Interpol. At law school, she served as a staff editor and symposium editor for the New York University Journal of International Law and Politics and a lawyering teaching assistant.

Alexandra is a native French speaker and fluent in Italian.
 

Education

  • New York University School of Law (JD)
  • University of California - Los Angeles (BA)

Recognition & Awards

  • Phi Beta Kappa

Languages

- French

- Italian

Viewpoints

Coronavirus Molecule

Executive Compensation: Moving Forward in a COVID-19 World

June 2, 2020 | Blog | By Alexander Song, Anne Bruno, Michael Arnold, Steve Gulotta, Andrew Bernstein, Alexandra Serre

Employers reacted in a variety of ways to cope with the unprecedented financial impact of COVID-19.  Employers must begin to shift their focus to whether their current executive compensation practices are designed with sufficient incentives to retain key employees and to spur recovery and sustained growth.  This post reviews the range of cost-cutting measures companies have enacted over the past few months, and provides guidance on executive compensation issues employers should consider as they move forward in a COVID-19 world.
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