Mitch Nussbaum is the vice chair of Loeb & Loeb and serves as co-chair of the firm’s Capital Markets and Corporate Department. His practice focuses on representing emerging growth companies and investment banks in initial public offerings, follow-on public offerings, shelf takedowns, registered direct placements, PIPEs and other private placements (144A, Reg D, Reg A, Reg S, etc.). Mr. Nussbaum also regularly represents public companies regarding their SEC and NYSE or Nasdaq listing compliance and has acted as outside general counsel, including corporate, securities, M&A litigation and business counseling, to hundreds of private and public companies as well as their officers and directors. He also negotiates and documents acquisitions, mergers, going-private transactions, reverse mergers, proxy contests, tender offers, control contests, fund formations and secured lending financings and has represented issuers and underwriters in more than 100 SPAC public offerings and business combinations. Mr. Nussbaum was responsible for developing the groundbreaking IPAC, which features many of the benefits of the SPAC, but offers increased flexibility on pricing and deal structure, along with a more rapid transaction cycle.
Wednesday June 15, 2022
What’s Next for Blank-check Firms?
- A ticking clock for existing SPACs to get deals done
- More new SPACs entering the pipeline only means more competition
- Anticipating what the SEC may do in 2022
- U.S. SPAC expertise eyeing international targets
Wednesday June 23, 2021
Understanding the SPAC Frenzy
- Discussion of the sustainability of deal flow and whether we’ve hit “peak SPAC”
- How deadlines and competitive pressures can get in the way of closing quality deals
- What comes next in 2021/2022 and beyond