Adam Torres and Douglas S. Ellenoff discuss taking a company public.
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Why are there so many fewer public companies? In this episode, Adam Torres and Douglas S. Ellenoff, Partner at Ellenoff, Grossman & Schole LLP, explore both sides of the debate on whether or not to take a company public.
About Douglas S. Ellenoff
Douglas S. Ellenoff, a member of Ellenoff Grossman & Schole LLP since its founding in 1992, is a corporate and securities attorney with a focus on business transactions and corporate financings. The Firm, which consists of nearly 80 lawyers, has established itself as a leader in various capital market initiatives, such as, Crowdfunding, SPACs, PIPEs and Registered Direct offerings. He is also Chairman and Co-Founder of iDisclose, an online application for entrepreneurs and small businesses. iDisclose may be deemed to be an ancillary business of the law firm, which indirectly through an investment holding company, has an ownership interest in the business opportunity.
Ellenoff Grossman & Schole LLP is a New York City-based law firm of over 125 professionals, offering its clients legal services in a broad range of business related matters. Founded in 1992, the Firm specializes in many areas of commercial law: Corporate, Securities, Real Estate, Broker-Dealer Regulation, Private Investment Funds, Intellectual Property, Litigation, Labor, Employment, ERISA, Executive Compensation, Tax and Estate Planning. The philosophy of the Firm is to provide the highest quality legal advice and counsel, dedicating consistent, personalized attention to each client at a reasonable price