Press Release
January 18, 2022

Announcing Goodwin’s Public Company Advisory Blog

Goodwin’s Public Company Advisory practice today launched a blog providing sophisticated insights on capital markets and corporate governance issues. The blog drills down on discrete topics providing critical analysis on issues that are most relevant to public companies and capital markets participants, including:

  • SEC regulatory developments
  • Capital markets transactions
  • Environmental, social, and governance issues
  • SEC compliance and reporting matters
  • Shareholder activism and takeover defense

“Public companies and their boards are subject to constantly evolving regulations and laws, and everchanging shareholder and stakeholder demands,” chair of Goodwin’s Public Company Advisory practice. “Our blog is the go-to resource for companies and directors looking to stay ahead of corporate governance and capital markets issues, and is the latest extension of Goodwin’s leading one-stop-shop for public companies.”

Donahue along with Public Company Advisory practice counsel Folake Ayoola, John Newell, and Jim Hammons serve as the blog’s editors and primary contributors.

Subscribe to follow along every Tuesday as we deliver our take on the most critical issues affecting public companies, their boards of directors, and other capital markets participants.

Goodwin advises more than 500 public companies in a variety of regulatory, corporate, and litigation matters. The firm’s Capital Markets practice was ranked in Chambers USA 2021, which also recognized Goodwin’s status as the law firm at the intersection of capital and innovation around the world. Refinitiv’s 2021 capital markets league tables named Goodwin the number four legal advisor for both issuers and underwriters in U.S. equity and equity related offerings. Bloomberg’s 2021 capital markets league tables named Goodwin a top 10 firm for U.S. equity linked offerings for underwriters, IPOs for issuers, and equity offerings for issuers and underwriters; and global equity, equity linked, and rights for underwriters.