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Lee Ann Anderson focuses her practice on capital markets, structured finance and corporate transactions, with broad experience in U.S. and cross-border securities offerings. In the current global crisis, Lee Ann serves as a member of our COVID-19 Economic Stimulus Response Team and has counseled scores of companies about relief under Titles I and IV of the CARES Act and relief programs established by the Federal Reserve.

Lee Ann counsels issuers and investment banks on certificates of deposits, including rates-, commodities-, equity-, and proprietary index-linked products. She has wide-ranging experience in debt and equity capital markets, securitizations, and other structured finance transactions. Her practice has included scores of domestic and international debt and equity offerings, as well as securitizations of receivables and other collateral, complex tax-based structures utilizing swaps and other derivatives. Lee Ann also has advised a number of foreign and domestic public companies with respect to a wide range of corporate and securities matters, including reporting obligations.

Additionally, Lee Ann has deep experience counseling clients on corporate transactions, including mergers, stock purchases, asset sales, joint ventures, and other reorganization transactions. She also provides a range of general corporate and governance advice. Lee Ann has a strong commitment to pro bono work and served as a pro bono coordinator at her previous firm.

On May 22, the Small Business Administration and the Treasury Department released its latest guidance in the form of two interim final rules on loan forgiveness: “Business Loan Program
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On May 12, 2020, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (the Federal Reserve) announced additional information and FAQs on its Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility (TALF). The
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On March 4, 2020, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced its proposal to harmonize, simplify, and improve the exempt offering framework under the Securities Act of 1933 (the “Securities
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The SEC is seeking public comment (due by September 24, 2019) on possible ways to improve the framework for exempt offerings under the Securities Act of 1933 and related SEC
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