Lloyd Jeglikowski Counsel

New Jersey
T 973.597.6320 | F 973.597.6321



Lloyd focuses his practice on securities law compliance, collaborating closely with clients in drafting Securities Act of 1933 registration statements and Securities Exchange Act of 1934 periodic reports. Clients look to him for effective counsel on corporate finance transactions, such as public offerings and registered direct offerings.

Providing representation to both public and private clients in connection with mergers and acquisitions transactions, Lloyd brings solid judgment to bear regarding governance matters for both public clients and closely held entities. He is also a member of the firm’s Business Divorce practice group, counseling clients in connection with disputes involving closely held entities and transactions implementing separations of business relationships.

Lloyd previously served as a staff member of the Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest, where he was responsible for strengthening the societal impact of the firm’s pro bono work by coordinating and facilitating lawyer participation in corporate and transactional pro bono matters.

Areas of focus include:

  • Counseling public companies in connection with S-1, S-3, S-4, and S-8 registration statements, periodic reporting disclosures, and securities offerings, including shelf takedowns

  • Representing public and private entities in connection with M&A transactions

  • Advising NYSE- and NASDAQ-listed issuers regarding compliance with the corporate governance, continued listing, and filing and notice requirements of the exchange, including board committee charters, annual certifications, listings of additional shares, and other matters

Publications

SEC Proposes Sweeping Revisions to the Regulation A Exemption
Specialty Finance Client Alert, December 20, 2013
John Hogoboom, Lloyd Jeglikowski
Investment Management Alert: SEC Proposes New Definition of "Family Offices" Exempt From Advisers Act Regulation
Investment Management Client Alert, October 15, 2010
Scott Moss, Lloyd Jeglikowski
SEC Proposes New Definition of "Family Offices" Exempt From Advisers Act Regulation
Investment Management Client Alert, October 15, 2010
Scott Moss, Lloyd Jeglikowski
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Related Areas

Business Divorce
Capital Markets & Securities
Corporate
Investment Management
Transactions & Advisory Group

Education


Rutgers Law School ( J.D. , 2008 ) , summa cum laude; Order of the Coif; Saul Tischler Memorial Prize; A. Harry Moore Prize; Rutgers Race and the Law Review, Managing Editor; Rutgers Moot Court Board, Co-Chair; Nathan N. Schildkraut Award (appellate advocacy); National Moot Court Team
Drew University ( B.A. , 2005 ) , summa cum laude, History; Phi Beta Kappa; Bloustein Scholar; Drew Scholar; Leavell-Oberg Prize in History

Bar Admissions


New York
New Jersey