Jasmine M. Roberts is a corporate associate in the Los Angeles office of Munger, Tolles & Olson. Her practice focuses on various forms of mergers and acquisitions, including private auctions involving bids from both strategic and financial purchasers, and other forms of business transactions, such as equity and debt financings. Ms. Roberts is passionate about the arts and entertainment, particularly digital media, and focuses her pro bono practice on representation of arts and education-focused individuals and entities, such as museums and literary and educational organizations.
- Beats Electronics LLC, a major headphone and audio products company, in the company's and Beats Music's $3 billion acquisition by Apple and in other significant equity transactions and acquisitions.
- The Museum of Contemporary Art in its general corporate matters.
- BlackLine Systems, an enterprise financial software company, in its sale of a majority interest to Silver Lake Sumeru.
- Berkshire Hathaway Inc. in its acquisition of Precision Castparts Corp. and its acquisition of Duracell from Procter & Gamble.
- BDT Capital Partners, LLC in connection with its investment in Cox Automotive, as part of Cox Automotive's acquisition of Dealertrack Technologies.
- Guardian Industries, a global manufacturer of float glass and fabricated glass products, in a complex recapitalization and minority equity investment by Koch Industries in 2012 and in the sale of its insulation division to Knauf Insulation in 2014.
- HealthCare Partners in its acquisition by DaVita Inc. in a cash and stock transaction valued at $4.42 billion.
- 99 Cents Only Stores in the closing of its $1.6 billion going private sale to Ares Management and the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board.
Ms. Roberts graduated cum laude from NYU School of Law, where she was an executive editor of the NYU Law Review and a scholar in the Jacobson Leadership Program in Law and Business. Prior to attending law school, Ms. Roberts provided advisory services to directors and senior executives of Fortune 1000 companies via the Corporate Executive Board's Audit Committee Leadership Forum and General Counsel Roundtable practices.