Elizabeth Boone advises clients on business transactions and compliance matters domestically and internationally, including contract negotiation, establishment and maintenance of legal entities, establishment of international distribution agreements, terms and conditions for the sale of goods and services, privacy compliance matters, and employment matters. She also regularly assists with private entity mergers, acquisitions and divestitures in various industries, including healthcare, with purchase prices in varying ranges. She analyzes clients’ contractual and business needs and develops contracts and policies to address those needs with a focus on providing a sound legal framework, as well as efficiency and ease of use.
Elizabeth provides outside general counsel services to multiple private entities, both domestically and internationally. Such assistance includes providing guidance regarding risk mitigation through contracting, compliance with trade restrictions associated with the U.S. Office of Foreign Asset Controls sanctions programs and Specially Designated Nationals List, and EU privacy laws. She also manages trademark portfolios for clients in conjunction with intellectual property counsel and advises clients regarding protection of inventions.
Elizabeth’s experience extends to nonprofit entities as well. She currently represents multiple Mississippi nonprofit organizations and provides guidance to such entities on compliance and corporate governance matters.
Her background includes representing a Mississippi municipality for almost a decade and working in finance and as a chemist prior to law school.