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Allanah A. Wynn


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Allanah focuses her practice on venture capital and private equity financings, private investment fund formation and compliance, and general corporate governance. She primarily represents start-ups and emerging growth companies in all stages of their life cycles, including corporate formation, venture capital financing transactions, technology licensing agreements, and general corporate matters. In her investment funds practice, she counsels investment advisors with respect to fund formation and regulatory compliance. Allanah represents clients across a variety of industries, including life sciences, biotechnology, technology, and energy & sustainability.

Prior to joining Mintz, Allanah was an associate in the Chicago office of another leading law firm, where she provided strategic and legal analysis in preparation for litigation; drafted legal memoranda and pleadings in complex litigation matters involving breach of contract, antitrust, False Claims Act, and securities matters; and prepared discovery and discovery requests.

Earlier Allanah served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable LaShann DeArcy Hall of the US District Court for the Eastern District of New York and as a law clerk in the Commission on Human Rights’ DC Office of Human Rights. While earning her law degree, Allanah was a judicial intern to the Honorable Eric T. Washington of the DC Court of Appeals and a senior articles editor for the Howard Law Journal.

Not admitted to practice in Massachusetts.  Admitted to practice only in the State of Illinois.

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Mintz is pleased to announce that DC Office Managing Member Michelle Lipkowitz and Associate Courtney Herndon have been selected for the National Black Lawyers (NBL) “Top 100” list. Additionally, Associates Alain Mathieu, Allanah Wynn, Laura Martin, and Chris Lighten have been named to the National Black Lawyers' “Top 40 Under 40”.
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