Emma C. Solaún is an attorney in Holland & Knight's Miami and Tampa offices. Ms. Solaún is a member of the firm's Business Law Section and International & Cross Border Transactions Group, and concentrates her practice on complex mergers and acquisitions, dispositions, asset sales, international and domestic joint ventures, corporate finance, restructurings, minority investments, private equity transactions, and other strategic corporate transactions.
Ms. Solaún has extensive experience in a variety of domestic and foreign transactions and general corporate and commercial matters, such as limited liability company (LLC) operating agreements; shareholders' agreements and other joint venture agreements; purchase, sale and investment agreements; and general business matters for clients. She represents public and private companies conducting business in the U.S. and worldwide, including international companies conducting business in the U.S. directly or through a U.S. subsidiary, and U.S. and non-U.S. clients engaging in business transactions in Europe and Latin America.
Ms. Solaún has worked on transactions involving many jurisdictions worldwide such as Colombia, Panama, Mexico, Argentina, Peru, Chile, Nicaragua, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Spain, the Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg, Venezuela, Uruguay, the Cayman Islands, Barbados and the British Virgin Islands.
Ms. Solaún also has broad experience in intellectual property (IP) licensing and transfers, and distribution and sales representative agreements. She works directly with in-house counsel, and regularly interacts with foreign outside counsel in serving clients across myriad industry lines and involving a variety of legal issues.
Prior to joining Holland & Knight, Ms. Solaún practiced in general corporate and commercial law in New York City for nine years.
- New York University School of Law, J.D.
- University of Illinois, B.A., cum laude
- New York
- American Bar Association, Business Law Section
- American Bar Association, International Law Section
- The Florida Bar, Business Law Section
- Phi Beta Kappa