Ed represents banks, thrifts, and other financial institutions and concentrates his counsel in the areas of corporate and securities law, state and federal banking regulatory issues, mergers and acquisitions, thrift stock conversions, and bank and thrift charter conversions. He also represents clients in public offerings and private placements, banking law compliance, mutual holding company reorganizations, going-private transactions, and related matters.
Following completion of his legal education, Ed became a staff attorney in the Division of Corporation Finance at the US Securities and Exchange Commission. For two years, he was assigned to the staff of the Securities Subcommittee of the Senate Banking Committee in connection with its review of the US securities markets. Ed entered the private practice of law in 1975.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Edward B. Crosland, Jr.