Danielle (“Dani”) Dixon is a Senior Associate at CROKE FAIRCHILD MORGAN & BERES. Dani is an experienced transactional lawyer and advises clients on a variety of corporate, transactional and securities law matters. Her practice focuses on the structuring, formation and management of investment funds, and their related management companies, ranging from first-time funds of around $10 million to funds of over $17 billion. Dani’s experience also includes counseling fund sponsors on ongoing regulatory, compliance, operational matters, and general strategic counsel and guidance.
Prior to joining Croke Fairchild Morgan & Beres, Dani was a member of the Kirkland & Ellis LLP Investment Funds Group where she represented fund sponsors across an array of industries, including credit funds, “hybrid” funds, leveraged buyout funds, and other private investment vehicles. Prior to Kirkland, Dani was a corporate associate at Greenberg Traurig, LLP where she principally focused on mergers and acquisitions and general corporate governance and counseling matters. She represented strategic and financial sellers and purchasers in transactions including mergers and stock and asset acquisitions across a broad variety of industries.
Dani is also an ICLE Trained Mediator.
During law school, Dani served as a Notes Editor for the Michigan Business & Entrepreneurial Law Review. She also served as a Research Assistant at the University of Michigan Law School Center on Finance, Law & Policy.
Dani’s civic engagements include serving on the Next Generation Associate Board of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, being a mentor for high school students through HFS Chicago Scholars, serving on the Impact Grants Chicago Grant Review Committee, and being a Board Member of The Nathan & Lillian Weinberg Family Foundation.