Regulatory agencies and investors around the world have set the bar high for public companies. Whether navigating complex regulations, structuring or negotiating a deal, or simply conducting day-to-day business, it’s essential to have seasoned counsel to ensure compliance and limit exposure. To make sure our clients are well prepared, Kilpatrick Townsend’s Securities Blog provides critical and timely updates and insights on all aspects of securities regulation — from ongoing compliance with federal and state securities laws and requirements of the NYSE, Nasdaq, and other stock exchanges to handling equity and debt offerings and transactional projects involving securities across a broad spectrum of structures.
Our Securities Team handles a wide variety of complex issues involving public and private offerings of securities, including the special requirements imposed by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and its progeny, as well as the broad range of more routine securities matters that arise in the ordinary operations of substantial business enterprises. In addition to securities offerings, we represent clients in major business combinations involving securities, including spinoffs, rollup transactions, proxy contests, leveraged buyouts, friendly and hostile tender offers, going-private transactions, and antitakeover planning.
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