Saad Khanani advises public and private companies and venture capital and private equity firms in the technology, life sciences, and other growth industries.
Mr. Khanani helps public and private technology and life sciences companies, as well as institutional investors navigate a range of corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions and investments. He also advises emerging and growth companies on formation, corporate governance, securities law, and transactional matters.
Mr. Khanani guides clients through complex transactions and growth initiatives with business-oriented advice. He draws upon his prior experience as the founder of an apparel business and a management consultant at McKinsey & Company — where he advised senior leadership at technology companies and federal government agencies.
Mr. Khanani previously worked in Latham’s office in the United Arab Emirates with a practice focused on general corporate and technology transactions matters. In addition to his commercial work, Mr. Khanani maintains a pro bono practice, and is an active contributor to Latham’s training and development, recruiting, and diversity programs.
Mr. Khanani was a James Kent Scholar and a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and member of the Columbia Business Law Review and the Faculty Rules Committee while attending Columbia University School of Law.