Elijah focuses his practice on representing private equity funds and other equity sponsors in connection with the acquisition, recapitalization and sale of their portfolio companies. He is also regularly involved in strategic merger and acquisition activity, securities offerings and venture capital transactions. Elijah serves as chair of Taft's Private Equity group.
Elijah began his career at Fried Frank in New York, where he gained experience in private equity and capital markets transactions. Subsequently, Elijah joined the Chicago office of McDermott Will & Emery, where he was partner in the firm’s corporate advisory group.
Elijah received his J.D., magna cum laude, from New York Law School. While in law school, he was an associate editor of the New York Law School Law Review, and he also interned for the office of President William J. Clinton and the Honorable Louis B. York.
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- New York Law School (2007)
- University of Indianapolis (B.S., magna cum laude) (2004)
- State - Illinois
- State - New York
- State - Not Admitted in Indiana
- Association for Corporate Growth (Member)
- University of Indianapolis Alumni Association (Board Member)