August 09 2019
Titan Pharmaceuticals, Inc. announced the closing of its registered direct offering in the amount of $2,100,000. EG&S acted as counsel to Maxim Group, the sole placement agent in the offering.
August 08 2019
Mitchell F. Borger, a member of the Firm, wrote an article for Total Food Service titled: A Restaurateur’s Day Goes Bad – Reacting To A Workplace Harassment Complaint.
August 05 2019
Douglas S. Ellenoff, a member of the Firm, spoke at the Alternative Finance Summit 2019: Marketplace Lending, Cryptocurrency and Crowdfunding. Mr. Ellenoff participated in a panel discussion entitled “Special Purpose Acquisition Companies and Closed-End Funds.”
August 01 2019
SG Blocks, Inc. announced the closing of its shelf underwritten public offering in the amount of $765,000. EG&S acted as counsel to ThinkEquity, representative of the underwriters in the offering.
July 31 2019
Ilan Weiser, an associate of the Firm, authored a great article for Total Food Service titled: “Less is More”: How To Avoid Being Deemed A Joint Employer With A Staffing Agency.
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June 25 2019
Artelo Biosciences, Inc. announced the closing of its underwritten public offering in the amount of $8,000,000. EG&S acted as counsel to Maxim Group LLC, the the sole book-running manager for the offering.
February 08 2019
Douglas S. Ellenoff, a member of the Firm, was invited by Deal Flow Events to open the SPAC Conference 2019 with the keynote address. EGS served as the premier sponsor.
August 17 2017
Richard P. Kaye, a member of the Firm, along with senior litigation associate John Horgan, and litigation associates Joanna Cohen and Anne O’Malley, successfully vacated a judgement of approximately $500,000 against a client. After oral argument and two evidentiary hearings, EGS attorneys established that the client had never signed a retainer agreement with the attorney who purported to represent him in Court; having never been served personally and never appeared through counsel, the Court had no jurisdiction over him to enter the $500,000 judgment.