- Corporate and Transactions
Wayne State University Law School, JD
Western Michigan University, BBA, BA
U.S. District Court
- Western District of Michigan
As a senior attorney in the Corporate and Securities group, Aimee Jachym uses her background in business and international affairs to meet the needs of both local and global clients.
She previously was an in-house commercial contracts manager for a Fortune 250 aerospace company, where she negotiated settlements and interpreted contracts, provided export controls compliance support and assisted with global business development. Aimee also has experience working in the legal department of a Japanese auto manufacturer.
Aimee counsels businesses of all sizes in matters ranging from start-ups to wind-downs and everything in between. She drafts and reviews terms and conditions, consulting agreements, and other contracts for her corporate clients, helping them create value, mitigate risk and ensure legal compliance.
As an expert in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act ("HIPAA"), Aimee helps clients understand the ins and outs of HIPAA compliance and related healthcare matters. She also routinely drafts and reviews business associate agreements.
As a member of the firm’s International Practice, Aimee works on a variety of cross-border matters. She represents Korean clients doing business in the United States and also advises domestic clients looking to expand their businesses to new markets.
Served on team of legal advisors to Digital River, Inc. (Digital River) on its sale of BlueHornet Networks, Inc. to Marlin Equity Partners. Digital River is a portfolio company of Siris Capital Group, LLC (Siris Capital). The transaction provided current realized value to Siris Capital while simultaneously positioning BlueHornet to accelerate execution on its business plan.
Represented Mexican auto supplier Metalsa SA de CV on its $150 million acquisition of the structural products business from US-based Dana Holding Corp.
Represented major international airport authority board in the negotiation of a contract to permit the re-designation of a portion of FTZ space.
Established several Michigan nonprofit corporations and obtained 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status.
Provided long-term on-site legal support to a Fortune 500 medical device manufacturer and assisted with day-to-day in-house matters, including contract review and negotiation, M&A due diligence, and corporate governance.
Western Michigan University, Haworth College of Business, Young Alumni Award Recipient, 2016
Wayne State University Law School, cum laude; Law Review; Dean's Scholarship Recipient; Lombard Fellow
Western Michigan University, magna cum laude; U.S. State Department Fulbright Grant Recipient; University-Endorsed Nominee for Rhodes Scholarship; Medallion Scholarship Recipient
State Bar of Michigan
Civic, Cultural & Social Activities
Korean Kids & Orphanage Outreach Mission (KKOOM), President/Founder, 2007-present
Korean Connection, Board of Directors, 2013-2016
Friends of Western Michigan University, 2009-present
International Business Group of West Michigan, Board of Directors, 2010-11
Great Lakes PeaceJam/Seeding Change, Board of Directors, 2009-2011
Korean Culture Seminars to U.S. Fulbright Grant Recipients in South Korea, Summers 2004-2009
English as a Foreign Language at Gumi Boys' High School (Fulbright) in South Korea, 2004-2005
"International delivery rules changing," Business Review West Michigan, October 2010
"Separate Lives," The Korea Fulbright Review (a publication of the Korean-American Educational Commission), 2006
"A Line of Children without End," The Korea Fulbright Review, 2005
"Shostakovich's Fifth Symphony: Dilemma of a Genius in Stalinist Russia," Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters, Central Michigan University, 2002