Foley Hoag Establishes New Capital Markets Blog - IPO Then What?

July 31, 2017

Blog Focuses on Issues Related to and Life After an Initial Public Offering

Foley Hoag LLP has created a blog devoted to companies considering an IPO and the ongoing obligations facing companies after they successfully complete an IPO.

IPO, Then What? features insights and updates from Foley Hoag attorneys in the firm’s Capital Markets and Public Companies practices, including practice co-chairs John Hancock and Stacie Aarestad, and partner Daniel Clevenger, regarding topics affecting public companies, including:
  • New and proposed regulations
  • Analysis of interpretive guidance
  • Best practices on governance issues
  • Reminders on disclosure and compliance obligations
“The issues facing public companies change rapidly,” said Daniel Clevenger. “An IPO marks the beginning of the ‘going public’ story, and our goal with this blog is to provide practical, timely information pertinent to the day-to-day operations of a public company that management and in-house counsel need to keep themselves and their board’s current with respect to regulatory developments, changing trends in capital markets activities and evolving best practices.”

IPO, Then What? can be accessed here.

Foley Hoag’s Capital Markets practice covers a full spectrum of securities offerings and assists clients in structuring transactions in all market conditions. Its attorneys have extensive experience in initial public offerings, follow-on financing transactions of equity, high-yield debt and convertible securities, ranging from registered direct offerings, confidentially marketed public offerings (CMPOs), Rule 144A offerings and private investment in public equity (PIPE) transactions. The Public Companies practice focuses on all types of disclosure, regulatory and governance matters.

Foley Hoag’s Capital Markets and Public Companies attorneys serve issuers, investment banks, venture capitalists, other private equity investors, investment advisors and private fund groups.