Jay M. Fujitani

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Jay Fujitani is a partner at Munger, Tolles & Olson. Mr. Fujitani is primarily engaged in the general representation of large and small businesses in mergers and acquisitions and other complex business transactions. He also oversees corporate governance and other compliance matters. Most recently, he:

  • Represented the independent members of the board of directors of Optical Communication Products Inc, in their consideration and approval of an acquisition of the company by Oplink Communications Inc.;
  • Represented the independent members of the board of directors of SM&A in the consideration and approval of an acquisition of the company by a private equity fund;
  • Represented Southern California Edison Co. is a range of matters related to the deregulation (and re-regulation) of electricity markets in California, including the sale of various power plants and advice regarding state and federal legislation and regulations.
  • Represented SCE in negotiating various agreements to purchase electricity and/or natural gas from third party suppliers, including electricity from renewable energy sources.
  • Represented SCE in various matters related to its interest in the Mohave Generating Station located in Laughlin, Nev., including a possible sale of such interest.
  • Represented the independent members of the board of directors of Big 5 Sporting Goods Inc. in an investigation of certain accounting matters.
  • Represented the independent members of the board of directors of Transamerica Premier Funds, a mutual fund company, in ongoing matters.

Mr. Fujitani received a B.A. from UCLA in 1981 and a J.D. from the UC Berkeley School of Law in 1984. He served as a law clerk to Judge Stanley J. Weigel of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California (1984-85) and Justice William J. Brennan of the U.S. Supreme Court (1985-86).

 

Jay Fujitani is a partner at Munger, Tolles & Olson. Mr. Fujitani is primarily engaged in the general representation of large and small businesses in mergers and acquisitions and other complex business transactions. He also oversees corporate governance and other compliance matters. Most recently, he:

  • Represented the independent members of the board of directors of Optical Communication Products Inc, in their consideration and approval of an acquisition of the company by Oplink Communications Inc.;
  • Represented the independent members of the board of directors of SM&A in the consideration and approval of an acquisition of the company by a private equity fund;
  • Represented Southern California Edison Co. is a range of matters related to the deregulation (and re-regulation) of electricity markets in California, including the sale of various power plants and advice regarding state and federal legislation and regulations.
  • Represented SCE in negotiating various agreements to purchase electricity and/or natural gas from third party suppliers, including electricity from renewable energy sources.
  • Represented SCE in various matters related to its interest in the Mohave Generating Station located in Laughlin, Nev., including a possible sale of such interest.
  • Represented the independent members of the board of directors of Big 5 Sporting Goods Inc. in an investigation of certain accounting matters.
  • Represented the independent members of the board of directors of Transamerica Premier Funds, a mutual fund company, in ongoing matters.

Mr. Fujitani received a B.A. from UCLA in 1981 and a J.D. from the UC Berkeley School of Law in 1984. He served as a law clerk to Judge Stanley J. Weigel of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California (1984-85) and Justice William J. Brennan of the U.S. Supreme Court (1985-86).