Zack Sager is an associate in the firm’s Wilmington office. He practices in the areas of alternative entities and general business, focusing primarily on issues relating to the utilization of Delaware alternative entities, such as limited liability companies, general and limited partnerships, statutory trusts and special purpose corporations, in all types of domestic and cross-border business and commercial transactions. Such transactions include mergers and acquisitions, securitizations, structured finance transactions, special purpose/bankruptcy remote transactions, aircraft financing transactions, and insurance premium financing transactions.
Zack also has extensive experience advising clients on issues relating to the organization, operation, management, governance, dissolution, and winding-up of alternative entities, the duties, fiduciary and otherwise, of general partners, managers, directors, and trustees of such entities, and the structuring and restructuring, including through mergers, conversions, transfers and domestications, of such entities.
Zack’s practice often involves authoring opinion letters relating to Delaware corporations and alternative entities as well as rendering advice and legal opinions relating to the perfection of security interests under Delaware law, including the Delaware Uniform Commercial Code.
Prior to joining the firm, Zack was an associate at a Delaware firm where he advised on alternative entities, the Delaware Uniform Commercial Code and other matters of Delaware business law.