Press Release September 17, 2021

Goodwin Bolsters Capital Markets Offering with Partner Jeffrey Letalien in New York

Global law firm Goodwin announced today that Jeffrey Letalien joined the firm’s Technology practice, resident in the New York office.

“Jeff’s comprehensive capital markets experience, including SPAC transactions and securities advisory work, is a terrific addition to our lifecycle offering for both public and private companies and investors,” said Ken Gordon, co-chair of Goodwin’s Technology practice. “We are thrilled to welcome him to the firm as our clients’ public markets activity continues to accelerate at the intersection of capital and innovation.”

Letalien’s practice is focused on domestic and foreign issuers, underwriters, and investors in diverse transactions, including public and private offerings. He regularly represents buyers and sellers, including private equity funds and SPACs, in connection with disclosure, filing, and other securities law aspects of financing large and complex business combinations. In addition, Letalien regularly counsels public companies with respect to corporate governance, reporting and disclosure obligations, and compliance with complex indenture covenant requirements.

Letalien joins Goodwin at a time of continuous momentum for the firm’s Technology practice. The practice has added more than 140 lawyers since 2019, including partners Boris Segalis, Jonathan Chou, David Concannon, and Peter Fusco in New York; Geoff Willard, William Wilson, and Sean Donahue in Washington, D.C.; Josh Zachariah in Boston; Karen Ubell and Andrew Sparks in San Francisco; Stuart Ogg and Micheal Reagan in Silicon Valley; Geoff Ossias, Sean Greaney, and Tim Poydenis in Santa Monica; and Jean Lee in Los Angeles.