Ms. Geiger advises clients in matters relating to the licensing, acquisition, development, sale, use, and commercial exploitation of intellectual property. She has experience in private equity, M&A, financing, and other corporate transactions, as well as in stand-alone intellectual property transactions, including licensing arrangements, intellectual property acquisitions and divestitures, joint ventures, and technology transfers. Ms. Geiger has played a significant role on the teams advising General Electric and its subsidiaries in connection with the intellectual property aspects of its corporate transactions, including GECC’s recent dispositions of its commercial lending and leasing businesses, international fleet businesses, GE Railcar Services and tank car fleet assets and railcar repair facilities; GE’s joint venture with Comcast for ownership of NBC Universal and Comcast’s cable channels and regional sports networks; and GE’s overseas joint ventures. Ms. Geiger has also been active in the representation of Sanofi in a variety of acquisitions, divestitures, and licensing arrangements.
Ms. Geiger serves as vice-chair of the American Bar Association's Intellectual Property Section Committee on Licensing, Lending & Related Matters. Ms. Geiger has received several awards in recognition of her pro bono work and serves on the Lincoln Center Counsel’s Council and on the Legal Advisory Council of Sanctuary for Families. In addition, Ms. Geiger was an associate leader of Weil’s Disaster Assistance Team after Hurricane Sandy and co-led Weil’s “Pay It Forward” initiative to support the work of HealthClass2.0. Ms. Geiger is also an active alumnus of the Horace Mann School, Stanford University, and the University of Virginia School of Law and is a member of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center’s Cycle for Survival leadership committee.
Ms. Geiger joined Weil as a summer associate in 2005. She graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law, where she served as managing editor of the Virginia Sports & Entertainment Law Journal and was a member of the Senior Editorial Board of the Virginia Journal of Law and Technology. Ms. Geiger graduated from Stanford University in 2003 with a B.A. in English literature.