Sanjana has been part of the teams advising on, among others, the following matters:
- Sanofi SA in its acquisition of Provention Bio Inc. for $2.9 billion
- Advent International in the sale of Certinia Inc. (f/k/a FinancialForce.com, Inc.)
- AltC Corp., a SPAC sponsored by Churchill Capital in its $850 million business combination with Oklo Inc.
- John Wiley & Sons, Inc. in its approximately $200 million sale of Wiley University Services to Academic Partnerships (a portfolio company of Vistria Group)
- Clayton Dubilier & Rice in the merger of its portfolio company Cynosure with Lutronic Corporation
- PSG and its portfolio company Vertical Knowledge L.L.C. in its sale to Babel Street, Inc. (a portfolio company of Veritas Capital Fund Management, L.L.C.)
- Nexa Equity and its portfolio companies, including acquisition of Storewise
- Snow Phipps Group (n/k/a TruArc Partners) and its portfolio companies, including acquisition of Trademark Cosmetics, Inc.
- Trive Capital, together with Crux Capital Ltd, in their recapitalization of HTeaO
- MarketAxess Holdings Inc. in its acquisition of Pragma Securities, LLC and Pragma Financial Services, LLC
- Ilegal Mezcal in its sale to Bacardi International Limited
- GS Amp TopCo LLC (a portfolio company of Genstar Capital) in its acquisition of NEL Frequency Controls, Inc.
- ICG Strategic Equity in its acquisition of an indirect interest in Datavant Group
Prior to joining Weil, Sanjana practiced in the tax department of a large law firm. Sanjana received her LL.M. in International Taxation from New York University as a Gerald L. Wallace Scholar, and her LL.B. from National Law University, Jodhpur (India) as an Aditya Birla Scholar. She was a member of the senior editorial board of the Trade, Law & Development journal at National Law University, Jodhpur and received honors as the highest ranked student in the Trade Law specialization.