General Corporate & Commercial
Financial Services Firms
Mergers & Acquisitions
Private Equity/Venture Capital
Trademarks & Brands
Alternate Dispute Resolution
Investigation White Collar & Fraud
Securities & Enforcement
Government & Regulatory
International Mergers & Acquisitions
Block chain Technology & Digital Currency
Served as a Note Editor on Pace Law Review
Contributed to a published article by Ken Strutin, Social Media and the Vanishing Points of Ethical and Constitutional Boundaries
Represented investors of modest means in securities dispute resolution through FINRA arbitration
Undergraduate degree from Kaplan University
J.D. from Pace University School of Law
Ms. Osmanoff started her legal career as a legal assistant in commercial litigation. She thereafter earned her undergraduate degree from Kaplan University online, with a major in Legal Studies, while working as a senior paralegal at the international law firm of Dechert LLP, where she worked on a broad range of corporate and securities matters, including international financing transactions, M&A and restructuring, private equities, corporate governance and SEC filings. Ms. Osmanoff then received her law degree from Pace University School of Law, with honors, in January 2013.
During law school, Ms. Osmanoff served as a Note Editor on Pace Law Review and contributed to a published article by Ken Strutin, Social Media and the Vanishing Points of Ethical and Constitutional Boundaries, 31 Pace L. Rev. 228 (2011). As a student-attorney at Pace Investor Rights Clinic, Ms. Osmanoff represented investors of modest means in securities dispute resolution through FINRA arbitration. She drafted and submitted a legal brief to the arbitrator on the issues of accrual of claims and interpretation of contractual arbitration provisions, and closely interacted with FINRA staff.
Prior to joining CKR, Ms. Osmanoff gained legal experience in corporate federal and state securities laws, and FINRA rules, analyzing and reviewing documents to ensure compliance with AML, and assisting attorneys with the SEC Exchange Act compliance and corporate governance. Ms. Osmanoff also actively engaged in all aspects of M&A, equity and debt financing and commercial transactions, including PIPEs, convertible debt/securities, and stock purchase agreements, playing a key role in getting the transactions to the finishing line.
Ms. Osmanoff is a member of New York and New Jersey Bars.