- Corporate Law
- Securities Law
- Private Equity
- Mergers and Acquisitions
|Contact Info||Telephone: 215 979 1910|
Fax: 215 754 4840
|University ||Concordia University, B.Comm., 2002|
|Law School||Cornell Law School, J.D., 2007|
|Admitted||2007, Massachusetts; New York. (Not admitted in Pennsylvania)|
Barry Steinman practices in the area of corporate law . Mr. Steinman represents public and private issuers, underwriters and individual investors in a wide range of transactional work. His experience includes follow-on public offerings of equity, debt and other securities; compliance under federal securities and Blue Sky laws; the fulfillment of ongoing obligations under the SEC's periodic reporting system; preparing proxy statements; effecting resales of securities in the public trading markets under SEC Rule 144; private issuances under SEC sections 4(2), 4(6) and Regulation D; and advising boards of directors concerning compliance under securities laws. He has represented clients in public and private mergers and acquisitions transactions as well as advised acquirers and targets, special committees, audit committees and boards of directors in complex negotiated and contested situations, including negotiated mergers, cross-border transactions, strategic alliances, joint ventures, spin-offs, dispositions, tender offers, public to private transactions, and corporate governance issues.
Mr. Steinman is a 2007 graduate of Cornell Law School and a graduate of Concordia University.
•Duane Morris LLP
- Associate, 2010-present
•Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo P.C.
- Associate, 2007-2009
- Summer Associate, 2006
•University of Ottawa, Common Law Section
- Research Assistant, 2005
•Co-author, SEC Proposes Say-on-Pay and Say-on-Golden-Parachute Rules , Duane Morris Alert, November 5, 2010
|Reported Cases||Representative Matters; Represented American Realty Capital Properties, Inc. (NASDAQ: ARCP), a NASDAQ-traded real estate investment trust (REIT), in its $3.2 billion reverse merger to acquire American Realty Capital Trust III, Inc., a non-traded REIT. The deal is structured as a cash-election merger in which the cash portion of the consideration will be limited to 30% of the aggregate merger consideration. The combined company is expected to rank among the five largest triple net lease REITs in the United States. Represented Lehigh Gas Partners LP (NYSE: LGP), a wholesale motor fuel distributor, in connection with its $138 million initial public offering. Represented FMC Corp. (NYSE:FMC), a leading global chemicals company, in its multinational acquisition of the assets of Adventus Group, which include patents and intellectual property related to bioremediation technology for chlorinated organic compounds, pesticides and hazardous metals, from two private equity companies. The consideration provided in connection with the acquisition was not disclosed. Represented a NYSE MKT-traded company in its agreement to acquire a majority equity interest in a full-service investment bank in exchange for the company's contribution of its $45 million equity interest in its broker-dealer subsidiary. Represented a NYSE MKT-traded company in a debt-exchange transaction. Represented Orthovita, Inc., a Nasdaq-traded specialty spine and orthopedic company with a portfolio of orthobiologic and biosurgery products, in its agreement to be acquired by Stryker Corp. for $316 million through an all-cash tender offer followed by a second-step merger. Represented a national home renovation company in connection with a shareholder buyout and reorganization. Represented two nonprofit organizations in the negotiation of their respective educational products and services contracts. Represented a privately held investment firm in its acquisition of a publicly held specialty finance company in an equity exchange.|
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SEC Adopts "Regulation A+" Rules
Darrick M. Mix,Howell J. Reeves,Barry Steinman,Sandra G. Stoneman, April 27, 2015
On March 25, 2015, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) adopted final rules amending Regulation A under the Securities Act of 1933. Regulation A, as amended (which is referred to as "Regulation A+"), is designed to increase access to capital for nonpublic companies and...
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