Cohen & Gresser partners with our clients to structure and execute a wide range of domestic and cross-border corporate matters, including mergers and acquisitions, capital raising, fund formation, joint ventures and strategic alliances, corporate governance, and regulatory compliance. We have extensive experience working with public and private companies, private equity, venture capital and hedge funds and their managers, sovereigns, family offices, and investment banks. We have particular experience in emerging markets, including Africa. Our clients operate in a variety of sectors including financial services, infrastructure, renewables, energy, healthcare, consumer products, technology, manufacturing, real property, and hospitality. We seek to develop long term relationships with our clients, and also serve as outside general counsel to a number of privately held companies.
Bonnie J Roe is quoted in an article by Activist Insight about whether adding activism as a risk factor in companies' annual reports is justified.
Bonnie J Roe has been named to Law360’s 2019 Capital Markets Editorial Advisory Board and will offer her insight and expertise in the field to best shape future coverage of the capital markets landscape.
In this C&G Client Alert, Bonnie J Roe and Cody Lipton discuss the SEC guidance issued on January 30, 2020 on the use of key performance metrics for public companies discussing their financial results and proposed amendments to certain financial reporting requirements.
On December 18, 2019, the SEC proposed amendments to its definition of “accredited investor” to add new categories of qualifying natural persons and entities able to participate in certain exempt offerings without specific disclosures or other limitations. Perhaps the most significant aspect of the proposals, however, was what the SEC did not do.
Bonnie J Roe will participate in a panel titled "Undertaking a Private Placement Transaction" at the Practising Law Institute's "Private Placements and Hybrid Securities Offerings 2020" program.
C Evan Stewart will chair an upcoming Practising Law Institute CLE program, titled “Ethics for Corporate Lawyers: Multijurisdictional Practice and Other Current Issues 2020,” which will analyze recent legal ethics developments, potential jurisdictional challenges, and common ethical pitfalls as they relate to corporate lawyers.