In The Press March 30, 2020

Companies Forced To Get Creative As Public Markets Stall (Law360)

With equity capital markets largely shut amid uncertainty generated by the coronavirus pandemic, companies eager for funding will be forced to consider costlier alternatives than traditional public offerings to survive tumultuous times. Goodwin’s Rick Kline, co-chair of the firm’s Capital Markets practice and partner in the firm’s Technology group, shares how he and capital markets lawyers are now discussing various options with their public company clients, ranging from cash management and cost-cutting practices that could help weather the downturn to exploring short-term financing options outside of conventional capital raises. Read the Law360 article here.