Richard A. Goldberg has a broad practice that includes transactional work and the representation of public companies and their boards of directors. He advises on a broad range of financings, mergers and acquisitions and debt restructurings. In particular, Mr. Goldberg has represented issuers in high yield financings, mezzanine investments, PIPEs, and equity financings, including initial public offerings.
Mr. Goldberg has also counseled issuers, private equity firms and investment banks on proxy contests, hostile and friendly tender offers, self-tenders, joint ventures, exchange offers, going private transactions, spin-offs, acquisition transactions involving troubled companies, and consensual and distressed restructuring transactions inside and outside of bankruptcy. He has notable experience with clients in many industries, including gaming, healthcare, real estate, technology and apparel.
Queens College, The City University of New York, B.A., 1974
Vermont Law School, J.D., 1978, Cum laude, editor of the Vermont Law Review, member of the National Moot Court Team
Publications and Lectures
Mr. Goldberg is widely published and frequently lectures on topics involving mergers and acquisitions and federal securities laws. He serves as the chair of the Practising Law Institute's program on mergers and acquisitions.