September 28, 2022

Volume XII, Number 271

Scott Budlong

Scott Budlong is a trusted adviser to private fund managers, family offices and other financial market participants on a wide spectrum of securities regulatory and transactional matters.

Well-regarded by private funds and other investors, Scott offers nearly unparalleled knowledge and insights to clients as they seek to navigate the complexities of the U.S. securities laws and successfully deploy assets in the capital markets.

Scott regularly counsels buy-side and other clients on investment, trading, and liquidity issues in the context of IPOs, PIPEs, SPACs, Rule 144A and Regulation S transactions, public and private market resales, employee tender offers, and securities aspects of bankruptcies, restructurings and other special situations. Additionally, he frequently advises on disclosure and reporting under Section 13, disclosure and transaction planning under Section 16, affiliate status, Rule 144, insider trading compliance, and short selling.

In addition to securities transactions and regulation, Scott provides guidance on a variety of corporate governance topics. These include advice to investors who have representation on public company boards or are engaged in shareholder activism and to public and private company directors on fiduciary duties, conflicts of interest, independence requirements and emerging governance trends.

Scott’s deep understanding of securities law has made him a go-to resource for his colleagues, who often seek his advice.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Scott Budlong