ALEX GLOVSKY

Alex Glovsky is the Chair of the Firm’s Emerging Companies Group and a member of the firm’s Executive Committee. His practice is focused on mergers and acquisitions, capital finance and complex corporate governance issues. Alex has broad experience handling mergers and acquisitions for both strategic and financial buyers as well as public and private companies selling their businesses. He has served as lead counsel advising clients through auction processes, aggressive roll-up strategies, and complex deal negotiations, specializing in middle-market transactions ranging in size from $25 million to $500 million. Alex has also guided clients at each stage of private finance, from initial angel round investments through late stage venture-backed financings. As Chair of Nutter’s Emerging Companies Group, Alex assists early-stage clients in formulating the strategy to realize their business goals and in building the foundation necessary to secure third party investment. Alex has counseled clients in angel financings representing an aggregate of over $40 million in investment in early stage companies. Alex founded Nutter’s Securities Roundtable and has represented a number of companies in their IPO and subsequent follow-on public offerings.
Aside from capital raising, he has assisted publicly-held clients with the complexities of state and federal securities laws in a rapidly changing regulatory environment. Alex has worked with a number of small and microcap companies, counseling each through the complex issues facing the smaller public issuer. Alex also has specific experience representing audit and other special committees of independent directors in both interested party transactions and internal corporate investigations. A founding member of the firm’s Data Privacy and Security group, Alex has represented companies in formulating their data security plans. He has also counseled clients in responding to all phases of data security breaches and helped coordinate client response and remediation efforts.

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