Recognized as a leader in tech law for corporate and venture capital matters, Cindy invests in long-term relationships with startup founders and investors.
Cindy counsels some of the most innovative companies in the mobile, SaaS, social media and internet spaces through critical phases of their lifecycle—from formation and launch, through key milestones, to eventual exit. She represents companies and underwriters in transactions, including complex financings, mergers and acquisitions and public offerings. Cindy serves as co-chair of Fenwick’s startup and venture capital practice.
Recognized by TechCrunch as one of the top attorneys working with startup companies, Cindy builds results-oriented business connections that become long-term relationships with both investors and company executives. She is energized by working with public companies and startups—like Cisco Systems, Fitbit, GitLab, Nextdoor, Peloton and TripActions—that are revolutionizing the way everyday users of technology interact with the world.
Cindy offers deep technology experience and a keen ability to see the “big picture.” Clients say she “always gives good direction and different points of view.” (Chambers, client testimonial)
Cindy is deeply engaged with the firm’s Israel practice. She is also a co-author of the firm’s quarterly Silicon Valley Venture Capital Survey.