Goodwin Procter Strengthens Securities Group With Addition Of Two Attorneys

Sunday, June 1, 2008 - 01:00

Goodwin Procter has announced that Michael D. Maline and Martin C. Glass will join as partner and counsel, respectively, in the firm's 200-lawyer New York office.Both are corporate attorneys focused on equity and debt capital markets transactions, as well as generally counseling on securities law matters.

Prior to joining Goodwin Procter, Mr. Maline was a member of the Corporate Department at Lowenstein Sandler PC, where he advised clients in a wide range of corporate and securities law matters.He has extensive experience representing underwriters and placement agents in connection with public securities offerings, registered direct transactions, PIPEs and other private placements in the life sciences, technology, consumer products, gaming, oil and gas and alternative energy sectors.

Mr. Glass joins from White & Case LLP, where he advised issuers, underwriters and other participants in the full range of securities transactions, including global and domestic public offerings, Rule 144A and private equity transactions. He also has extensive experience in representing Canadian and other non-U.S. companies in their securities activities in the U.S.