Kenneth Marx, a senior associate in Orrick’s New York office, focuses his practice on corporate and securities law matters, with an emphasis on advising public companies and domestic and cross-border capital markets transactions.
Ken represents issuers, underwriters and selling security holders on public and private offerings of debt and equity securities and liability management transactions, such as exchange offers, tender offers, and consent solicitations. He also guides businesses through all stages of organization and development by advising on ’34 Act and indenture reporting compliance, corporate governance and related regulatory matters, venture capital and growth equity financings, and corporate and securities law matters arising in connection with merger and acquisition transactions and corporate restructurings and reorganizations. Ken has served as counsel to companies in a variety of industries, including information technologies and services, life sciences and biotechnology, fintech, infrastructure, advertising, telecommunications, clean technology, financial services, and consumer products.
Before his law career, Ken managed his own company, consulting for technology startups, financial services firms, and advertising agencies on web-based initiatives.