Cindy Zhang

With exceptional dedication and zealous client advocacy, Cindy Zhang works to protect the interests of corporate clients and ensures their voices are heard in high-stakes commercial transactions and securities matters.

Managing a wide variety of corporate issues, Cindy focuses on mergers and acquisitions, asset, interest, and stock purchases, dispositions, financing transactions, corporate governance, and general corporate matters. She also has particular experience with securities law and compliance matters, including preparing and filing Securities Act and Exchange Act reports.

Cindy cultivates relationships with clients by always taking the extra step on their behalf. Proactive, organized, and highly responsive, she gains a clear understanding of the clients’ goals and concerns. Then she helps tailor strategies and solutions to meet their specific needs and advance their interests. Clients appreciate Cindy’s results-focused approach, unwavering reliability, and attention to detail in ensuring precision work, staying abreast of legal and regulatory developments on the horizon, and meeting deadlines.

  • Assisted a public company in successfully entering into a debenture purchase agreement for the sale of a convertible subordinated debenture and entering into an equity line of credit to obtain financing by the provided deadline, despite serious time constraints.
  • Assisted a veterinary practice group in purchasing numerous practices across the United States. Worked with local counsel, when appropriate, to ensure that each of the many transactions was specific to the client’s needs and that the client secured favorable terms on each transaction.
  • Assisted a national provider of waste and recycling services corporation in buying the assets or interests of various companies within one year, advancing each transaction and ensuring a timely close by engaging the clients and following up with opposing counsel as needed.
  • Helped prepare a proxy statement for, among other matters, the liquidation and dissolution of a corporation with a divided board of directors. Despite the difficulties of appeasing all of the board members, the Olshan team was able to draft a proxy statement that was accepted by the entire board.
  • Assisted a privately held corporation in buying the membership interest in another company for $1.2 million. Despite the unorganized diligence materials from opposing counsel and lack of responses, our team worked through the diligence data, persistently followed up, and ensured that our client was protected.



J.D., cum laude, Brooklyn Law School, 2021

  • Dean's List
  • Notes and Comments Editor, The Journal of Law and Policy

B.A., magna cum laude, New York University, 2018

  • Dean’s List
  • Founders Day Award recipient
  • Phi Kappa Beta


  • New York
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