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- University of Nebraska-Lincoln, B.A.
- University of Virginia Darden School of Business, M.B.A.
- University of Virginia School of Law, J.D.
Cooper Overcash is a member of the firm’s transactional group and focuses his practice on business transactions, real estate, and financial services. He represents clients in a range of industries, including construction, manufacturing, real estate, banking, and telecommunications.
Cooper counsels clients on business and corporate matters, including the formation of business entities and corporate governance, formations of joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, entity reorganizations, buy-sell agreements, business succession planning, and general commercial agreements. In real estate, Cooper assists commercial and real estate developers in almost all phases of development, including acquisitions, dispositions, construction, financing, leasing, sales, and due diligence support.
Cooper partners with his clients to understand their business objectives and strategic vision, helping them to achieve their short- and long-term goals.
Cooper is also experienced on the unique needs and issues involving members of the construction industry. He provides full transactional support to clients throughout all phases of the construction process, from bid and procurement to project closeout.
Before joining Woods Aitken, Cooper attended the University of Virginia, earning both a J.D. and an M.B.A. Following law school, Cooper spent almost four years at two Am Law 100 law firms, where he counseled clients in mergers and acquisitions, securities, and corporate governance matters. This depth of experience enables him to understand the legal and business needs of his clients and to guide clients effectively through a broad range of complex transactions.
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