Nahla Shamseddine focuses her practice on corporate transactions including private equity, leveraged buyouts, and complex mergers and acquisitions. She advises institutional investors, sovereign funds, and multinational companies on mid-to-large cap cross-border transactions across a number of jurisdictions including the Middle East, Europe, North Africa, and North America. Before joining Morgan Lewis, Nahla worked in the Paris office of a US top-tier law firm. She is admitted to practice in New York, Paris, and Beirut. She speaks English, French, and Arabic.
Advised various UAE government and private clients on day-to-day commercial and corporate matters, including review of supply agreements, non-disclosure agreements and commercial contracts.
Advised a privately held UAE cloud computing and cyber technology group with respect to a broad range of corporate restructuring and commercial matters.
Advised a UAE sovereign wealth fund on general regulatory and corporate matters.
Advised a GCC sovereign wealth fund on direct investments and co-investments into entities in various industries and locations, globally.
Advised a group of investors led by TVM Capital Healthcare Partners Limited on the $232 million sale of their portfolio company Cambridge Medical and Rehabilitation Center (CMRC) to Amanat Holdings PJSC, a UAE-based publicly traded investment company that focuses on education and healthcare investments.
Advised a US multinational technology company on structuring their business in KSA.
Advised a New-York based consulting company on their collaboration with the KSA government.
Advised a US leader in the entertainment industry on structuring their business in the UAE.
Harvard Law School, 2016, LL.M.
Université Paris II Panthéon-Assas, 2014, Masters, Business Law
American University of Beirut, 2012, M.B.A.
Saint Joseph University, Lebanon, 2009, Law degree