Patrick J. Egan concentrates his practice in the areas of capital markets, securities, and corporate law. Patrick represents issuers, underwriters, and placement agents in a broad range of public and private securities transactions, including:
- Initial public offerings (“IPOs”) and follow-on public offerings
- At-the-market offerings (“ATMs”)
- PIPEs and registered direct offerings (“RDOs”)
- Private placements
- Regulation D, Rule 144A, and Regulation S offerings
- Registered "shelf" offerings
- Rights offerings
- Exchange offers
These transactions involve a variety of products, including common and preferred equity securities, equity-linked securities, high-yield debt, investment grade debt, and convertible debt. Patrick also regularly advises a variety of public companies in connection with SEC reporting and disclosure obligations and corporate law and governance matters, including compliance with Nasdaq and NYSE rules and regulations.
He began his career as a corporate and securities attorney in the New York office of an international Am Law 100 firm, and then continued as in-house counsel at a leading global financial services firm where he advised on matters related to investment banking, capital markets transactions, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, private equity investments, secured financing transactions, and other general corporate and securities matters.
During law school, he served as a member of the St. John’s Law Review.