Robert Kohl concentrates his practice in public company representation, including corporate financing matters, as well as partnership, limited liability company and securities law. Robert has extensive experience in all phases of business structuring and financing, including registered public offerings (initial public offerings and secondary offerings) and private placements (including Rule 144A debt offerings), acquisitions, dispositions, leveraged buy-outs, securities regulations and venture capital financings. He represents corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies, both public and private, domestic and foreign.
Robert has written articles in the securities regulation and venture capital areas for IPO Journal, The American Banker and Crain’s New York Business and has contributed an article to the Virginia Law Review. He has lectured on topics related to securities matters and appeared on Financial News Network and CNBC as a commentator on finance and securities issues.
American Bar Association’s Section of Business Law, Committee on Federal Regulation of Securities and Subcommittee on 1933 Act