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Lindquist & Vennum represents issuers, investors, underwriters and agents in a wide range of public and private capital raising transactions. Our issuer clients include public companies and both emerging and mature private companies in industries such as software and technology, manufacturing, real estate and project development, hospitality, consumer products, food and beverage, medical device, pharmaceuticals and life sciences, solar, wind, and biofuels. 

Our investor clients include individual investors, angels, venture capital firms, strategic investors, family funds, managed funds, private equity firms and financial sponsors.

Our lawyers manage all aspects of equity and debt securities transactions in both registered public offerings and unregistered exempt offerings, as well as recapitalizations, PIPEs, secondary offerings, tender offers, going private and other complex capital transactions. We also help structure total finance packages involving equity funding, tax financing, and project specific lending.

Lindquist lawyers represent securities professionals and their firms, including money-management firms and public and private investment companies. We provide counsel to these advisors in their organization, registration, structure, ongoing regulatory compliance and enforcement defense.

Lindquist also acts as counsel for issuers, borrowers, trustees, banks, and underwriters in connection with general obligation and utility, industrial, housing, health care, lease, and sales tax revenue bonds and certificates of participation in municipal leases.

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