Thompson Coburn partners Jennifer Post and Simran Bindra were selected for the Los Angeles Business Journal’s 2023 feature on the region’s Top 100 Lawyers for 2023. The publication’s second annual list shines a spotlight on lawyers “for their legal achievements, community involvement and impacts on the profession.”
Post, who appears on the list for the second year, Bindra and other honorees were celebrated with a special event, May 18, at the Biltmore Los Angeles.
The Top 100 Lawyers were each profiled in a LABJ insert published on May 22.
Post leads corporate clients in sophisticated transactional work. She serves as primary outside counsel to a variety of individuals, institutions and companies, including entrepreneurs, venture capital firms and emerging companies, as well as domestic and international public companies. Post is managing partner of Thompson Coburn’s Los Angeles office and is a member of the firm’s Management Committee. She is the first LGBTQ+ attorney to lead an office since the firm’s founding in 1929. Post has a unique practice representing venture debt funds and other private lenders in technology and unique asset lending transactions. She co-chairs the firm’s Emerging Company practice and is a vice chair of the firm’s Corporate & Securities group. Post places an emphasis on the mentorship and development of younger partners and associates in both the firm’s LA office and across the firm.
The LABJ’s spotlight on Bindra says he “provides strategic banking and finance counseling to his clients and represents owners and developers of commercial real estate in the acquisition, disposition and financing of assets. He has previously served as general counsel for a Los Angeles-based real estate developer with interest in hotel and office assets and prior to that served as external counsel to owners and developers in all aspects of the real estate life cycle, from entity and joint venture formation to acquisition of assets to the financing and disposition of the same, with a particular emphasis on hospitality and office assets. Bindra represented Western Alliance Bank in multiple financings secured by mortgage servicing rights under servicing agreements with Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and Ginnie Mae, including financing to subsidiaries of publicly-traded Annaly Capital Management along with master repurchase facilities for purpose of financing mortgage loans.”
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