Mark Selinger focuses his practice on two areas: the representation of family offices and family office-backed investment funds in all aspects of their business, including initial and follow-on investments, refinancings and exit transactions, and the representation of public and private US and Israeli technology and life sciences companies, in public offering, private placement and merger and acquisition transactions.
In his representation of family office and family office-backed fund clients, Mark has extensive experience in highly structured investments. He also has experience in the acquisition of assets and companies out of (or in lieu of) bankruptcy, on behalf of financial and strategic investors.
In his representation of public companies, Mark has been involved in complex cross-border transactions, including several “going-private” transactions involving NASDAQ-listed Israeli companies. Mark also advises his public company clients on disclosure and compliance issues arising under US securities laws, including NYSE and NASDAQ regulations.
Mark has also developed significant experience in the representation of companies in the emerging blockchain industry, including the first SEC-registered initial coin offering (ICO). Additionally, he is a member of our legal cannabis industry group, a multidisciplinary team of lawyers providing clients with regulatory, litigation, intellectual property, trade and tax services with respect to their investments and participation in the cannabis industry.
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