Steven Hollander is Counsel in the Corporate Group in New York. His practice focuses on corporate and securities transactions including securities offerings, mergers, acquisitions, regulatory filings, private equity investments, joint ventures, restructurings, other complex business transactions and general corporate matters.
Steven also provides general corporate and securities representation, including relating to corporate formation and organization as well as capitalization and securities issuances. Steven drafts Securities and Exchange Commission and stock exchange filings and submissions and provides advice relating to compliance with their rules and requirements, including the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, particularly as they relate to foreign private issuers.
Steven is qualified to practice law in New York and New Jersey and has represented companies in their initial public offerings as well as other public and SEC-registration exempt securities offerings and represented sponsors, acquirors and targets in various M&A and private equity transactions.
Steven is the author of the article "A Guide to Due Diligence of Commercial Contracts" published by the New York State Bar Association Journal and is the co-author of the article "Public Mining Company Disclosure: Common SEC Comments" published by the Practical Law Company, and Steven has taught a continuing legal education course in securities law.