Growth-minded executives understand that forward-thinking corporate strategy drives success. However, the maze of regulations, compliance frameworks and laws affecting their operations demands cutting-edge legal advice to mitigate risk, seize opportunity and ultimately gain a competitive edge.
CSG’s Corporate & Securities Group provides this stewardship to help owners achieve their goals.
Leveraging the collective experience of nearly 20 dedicated corporate attorneys, we ease the burden on owners and their executive teams by bringing to bear the hallmark of our service approach: creative problem solving, informed by an intimate knowledge of each client’s business and industry.
Our clients vary in size from small, closely-held businesses to Fortune 500 corporations, and operate across a diverse range of industries – including banking and financial services, life sciences and healthcare, food and beverage, technology and real estate.
Our engagements cover a myriad of matters across this complex area of law, including:
- Corporate Finance
- Corporate Governance
- Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Outside General Counsel Services
- Private Equity
- Securities Law Compliance
- Venture Capital & Emerging Growth
The attorneys in our Corporate & Securities Group understand that effective legal counsel not only uncovers the obstacles blocking client objectives – but also proactively clears the path towards success, using cost-effective solutions, to ensure transactions remain on track. CSG’s ability to do just that is evidenced by our many accolades – including continued recognition in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business and The Best Lawyers in America©, as well as recently being named one of the “Dealmakers of the Year” by the New Jersey Law Journal.
In addition, CSG’s Corporate & Securities Group works closely with colleagues in the firm’s Tax, Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation, Employment, Real Estate, Intellectual Property and other groups to address the related issues that often arise over the course of a transaction.