Stating That A Binding Agreement Is “Subject To” Execution Of A Final,Written Contract Does Not Necessarily Preclude A Judicial Finding That, Despite The Absence Of Such A Contract, A Binding Agreement Exists
Published 10 Feb, 2017
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Andrew Hudders focuses on corporate and securities law, and general business law matters. He regularly represents companies and placement agents/underwriters in public and private offerings, including private placements, IPO’s, 415 transactions, PIPE’s and secondary and resale offerings. He has extensive experience in SPAC offerings and SPAC business combination transactions as well as reverse merger transactions and related financings, typically PIPE transactions to finance the acquisition of and working capital for an acquisition target. He also advises and assists companies with their SEC reporting obligations, annual meeting requirements, corporate governance and securities compliance. He has substantive experience representing smaller underwriters and placement agents in underwriter compliance and compensation under FINRA regulation and blue sky issues.
Mr. Hudders’ corporate practice includes the general representation of well-established, emerging growth, and start-up companies as outside general counsel. He represents these companies in a variety of matters, including equity and debt financing transactions, venture capital and private equity transactions, stock option plans, SEC reporting, executive compensation and employment related matters, strategic alliances and mergers and acquisitions. He also advises on listing requirements for issuers.
The company / issuer clients that he represents operate in such diverse industries as computer services, on-line services, alternative energy, oil and gas exploration, mining, media, film and television production, beverages and food distribution, and medical devices. Clients are both United States based and have headquarters and operations in Canada, China, Hong Kong, Singapore and the United Kingdom, among other locations.
Golenbock Eiseman Assor Bell & Peskoe LLP is a full-service Manhattan law firm of approximately 50 attorneys that has served its clients' complex litigation and corporate needs for more than 30 years, within the principal areas of practice of corporate and securities law, mergers and acquisitions, litigation and bankruptcy.
We counsel and represent a wide variety of domestic and international companies and individuals, ranging from Fortune 500 corporations and private equity funds to closely held private companies and individuals involved in significant transactions and disputes. We take pride in our sophistication, experience and our ability to take on major engagements for our clients while focusing senior lawyers' personalized attention on all client matters. Our clients, new or longstanding, value our excellence, creativity, efficiency, and pragmatism, as well as our prompt and thoughtful solutions to their questions and problems.
Published 10 Feb, 2017
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