Stuart Neuhauser, a member of the Firm, is a corporate and securities attorney with a focus on business transactions and corporate financings. Mr. Neuhauser has represented public companies (both domestic and foreign) in connection with their public offerings, PIPE financings, 34 Act reporting requirements, regulatory compliance (including ongoing compliance with the SEC, NYSE, NASDAQ, FINRA and state securities laws) as well as general corporate governance matters. Mr. Neuhauser has also represented investment banking firms in connection with private placements, public offerings and general advisory engagements, and has counseled both public and private companies, investment banking firms and investors regarding joint ventures, corporate restructurings, corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions (including “reverse mergers” and SPAC M&A transactions) and other aspects of corporate and securities matters. Mr. Neuhauser has extensive experience in the public offerings of SPACs (on behalf of issuers and underwriters) and has played an important role in drafting and formulating the structural changes of the new generation of SPACs. Led by Mr. Neuhauser (and other members of the Firm), EG&S has been one of the most active firms in the world in both SPAC IPOs and SPAC M&A transactions. In addition, EG&S has acted as special SPAC counsel in connection with numerous Canadian SPACs. Mr. Neuhauser received a Juris Doctor degree from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where he was a member of the Cardozo Law Review. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from Adelphi University. He is admitted to practice law in the State of New York.
Recent speaking engagements:
Stuart Neuhauser, Douglas Ellenoff and Matthew Gray; members of the Firm, were invited by Strafford to participate in a Webinar titled: Special Purpose Acquisition Companies: Structuring IPOS and Facilitating Future Mergers and Acquisitions. The panel discussed the disclosure and operational requirements particular to SPACs, the timing and valuation parameters relating to SPAC target acquisitions and issues that may arise in a SPAC’s initial business combination. The panel also discussed the typical pricing of SPAC securities and trust accounts.