Kristin Kreuder joined the firm in 2015. She has over 21 years of legal and business experience in both public and private corporations and in major NYC law firms. Kristin's valuable in-house experience enables her to provide a well-seasoned business perspective from management's point of view and precise focus on the overall picture to ascertain tactical business direction. Kristin handles a wide range of legal matters, including mergers and acquisitions; commercial transactions; technology, media, licensing and sponsorship; capital markets, venture capital and private equity transactions; and a variety of general corporate and governance matters. Kristin's clients at Outside GC include Frontera Consulting, Single Sprout, Specialty Food Association, Inc. and Ascena Retail Group.
Prior to Outside GC, Kristin served as Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Trans-Lux Corporation, an international manufacturing company in the LED arena, overseeing all of the company’s legal matters, including the drafting and negotiation of a range of commercial agreements, handling the legal aspects of the company’s strategic initiatives, and advising the CEO and board of directors on strategic and operational matters. Prior to Trans-Lux, Kristin served as the sole in-house counsel for MXenergy Inc., managing the legal, regulatory compliance and quality assurance departments of this large energy retail marketing company.
Kristin’s legal career includes several years with the NYC law firms of Shearman & Sterling LLP and Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP, where her business law practice concentrated on a wide variety of commercial transactional matters across a range of industries, including various types of loan, M&A, private equity and capital markets transactions, and the representation of major U.S. and foreign banks, other institutional lenders, venture capital funds and an assortment of corporate clients.
Kristin received a B.A., with honors, from Boston College, and a J.D., with distinction, from Hofstra University School of Law. Kristin is admitted as a member of the bar in the States of Connecticut and New York, and is also admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York since 2003.
When not attending to the needs of her clients, Kristin is usually busy attending to her husband and two daughters. She volunteers her time for the benefit of various local communities, including in her role as the President of the Weston Social Club, as a member of the Weston Commission for the Arts, and as a helper in the nursery at a local women’s shelter.