Foley Hoag Partner Paul Bork Co-Authors Publication on IPOs for Bloomberg BNA

August 31, 2017

Foley Hoag LLP partner Paul Bork recently co-authored Initial Public Offerings, which examines the transactional aspects and regulatory requirements of an initial public offering (IPO) of securities, as part of Bloomberg BNA's Corporate Practice Portfolio Series. The publication provides a detailed analysis of how to prepare for an IPO; IPO timelines and regulatory frameworks; negotiating and documenting the terms of an IPO; and potential liabilities involved with an IPO. It also discusses the necessity for due diligence investigations, preparation of registration statements and regulation of the IPO process by the Securities and Exchange Commission, state securities regulators, the stock exchanges and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. Mollie Duckworth of Baker Botts LLP was co-author of Initial Public Offerings with Mr. Bork.

At Foley Hoag, Mr. Bork's practice focuses on corporate finance and securities, corporate governance, corporate reorganization and related dispute resolution. He regularly advises both public companies and investors on shareholder activism and proxy contests. Mr. Bork also provides guidance on business combinations including going private transactions and related tender offers.

Bloomberg BNA's Corporate Practice Portfolio Series is designed to provide corporate practitioners with a wide range of information services, from quick notification to in-depth research, on core topics and current issues.

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