Patrick Egan

Mr. Egan's practice focuses on public and private securities offerings, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, and general securities and corporate advice.

Mr. Egan has represented issuers and underwriters in a broad range of public and private securities transactions, including initial, follow-on, and secondary public offerings; Regulation D, Rule 144A and Regulation S offerings; registered "shelf" offerings; and exchange offers. These transactions have involved a variety of products, including common and preferred equity securities, high-yield debt, investment grade debt and convertible debt. He also has regularly advised a variety of public companies in connection with corporate governance matters and the preparation and filing of periodic reports under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended.

Mr. Egan began his career as a corporate and securities attorney in the New York office of the international law firm, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP, representing clients such as Apollo Global Management, BGC Partners, Cantor Fitzgerald, Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley, and The New York Times Company.

After leaving Morgan Lewis, Mr. Egan spent three years as in-house counsel to Cantor Fitzgerald/BGC Partners where he advised on matters related to investment banking, capital markets transaction, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, private equity investments, secured financing transactions, and other general corporate and securities matters.

Mr. Egan received his Juris Doctor (cum laude) in 2002 from St. John's University School of Law where he served as a member of the Law Review. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree (cum laude) in 1995 from Boston College. Mr. Egan is admitted as an attorney in New York.