Laurie A. Cerveny is an accomplished corporate, M&A, and securities lawyer. She has extensive experience counseling US and foreign issuers and their boards on mergers and acquisitions and the ongoing disclosure and reporting requirements of public companies, corporate governance matters, annual meeting and proxy-related issues, securities laws, SEC rules, stock exchange listing requirements, executive compensation, and various other matters affecting public companies and their officers and directors. Laurie is a deputy practice leader of the M&A practice area and a member of the steering committee for ML Women, the firm’s women’s initiative.
Laurie has a robust technology M&A practice, representing both public and private strategic buyers and sellers. She also has a significant cross-border practice and represents a number of dual-listed and foreign private issuers (FPIs) from Canada and other jurisdictions in securities, disclosure, and M&A matters, and represents foreign investors in their US interests. Laurie is knowledgeable in helping her clients raise capital, including through IPOs, secondary offerings, debt offerings, PIPEs, and rights offerings.
Before joining Morgan Lewis, Laurie was a partner in the corporate practice group at another international law firm.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Laurie A. Cerveny