Ms. Ferrari has been part of Weil teams advising and representing clients on a range of transactions including, more recently:
- Willis Towers Watson (f/k/a Willis Group Holdings) in its $1 billion senior notes offering, as well as its subsequent €540 million senior notes offering.
- H&R Block, Inc. in a $1 billion senior notes offering by its wholly owned subsidiary, Block Financial LLC, to finance in part H&R Block's simultaneous tender offer for shares of its common stock.
- J.P. Morgan, Deutsche Bank, and the other underwriters in the $180 million initial public offering of Teladoc, Inc.
- AK Steel Corporation in its approximately $263 million offering of shares of its common stock.
- Advent International and Goldman Sachs, as selling stockholders in the approximately $1 billion initial public offering, and in over $1 billion of secondary offerings of common shares of TransUnion.
- Thomas H. Lee Partners, Goldman Sachs Capital Partners, J.P. Morgan Partners and CCMP Capital Advisors LLC, as selling shareholders, in over $3.9 billion of secondary offerings of common shares of Aramark Corporation.
- Papa Murphy's Holdings, Inc. (a portfolio company of Lee Equity Partners) in its $64 million initial public offering, as well as follow on offerings of common shares of Papa Murphy’s Holdings, Inc.
- Barclays, as underwriter, in over $500 million of secondary offerings of limited liability company interests of Macquarie Infrastructure Company.
- AK Steel Corporation in its $430 million senior notes offering and $360 million common stock offering to finance its acquisition of integrated steelmaking assets from Severstal North America.
- J.P. Morgan, Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs in a £610 million senior notes offering to finance the acquisition of PizzaExpress by Hony Capital.
- J.P. Morgan in the $750 million senior notes offering by Frontier Communications and its concurrent cash tender offer to purchase up to $900 million of its shorter maturity senior notes.
- J.P. Morgan, Citi, Morgan Stanley, Barclays, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, and RBS, as underwriters, in the $1.55 billion offering of senior notes by Frontier Communications Corporation to finance its acquisition of the wireline properties of AT&T in Connecticut.
- Ceridian LLC (a portfolio company of Thomas H. Lee Partners and Fidelity National Financial) and its subsidiary, Comdata Inc., in an $855 million offering of senior notes to finance their simultaneous $855 million tender offer for certain senior notes.
- Blackboard, Inc. (a portfolio company of Providence Equity Partners) in its $365 million senior notes offering.
Ms. Ferrari has also handled a number of pro bono matters, including matters for Human Rights First and the Joyful Heart Foundation, as well as representations of pro bono clients in asylum matters.