Reg FD: Staying Out of Trouble
Andrew Moore, a partner in the firm's Business practice, focuses his practice on public offerings and corporate finance, securities regulation, corporate governance, and mergers and acquisitions. Andrew is the leader of the firm's public companies group, regularly advising public companies on best corporate governance practices, disclosure matters and SEC compliance. He has a wide range of securities offering experience, including initial and follow-on public offerings, and shelf offerings of both debt and equity securities for such companies as Puget Energy, Puget Sound Energy and Weyerhaeuser Company. His corporate clients include Microsoft, Costco, Amazon.com, Jones Soda, Puget Sound Energy and Idaho Power.
Andrew is a co-author of The Public Company Handbook: A Corporate Governance and Disclosure Guide for Directors and Executives and a contributor to The Initial Public Offering Handbook: A Guide for Entrepreneurs, Executives, Directors and Private Investors (2008). He serves as a speaker for the National Investor Relations Institute on a variety of public company topics, including SEC disclosure, Regulations FD, G and M-A, and key issues in public company governance. Andrew also has extensive mergers and acquisitions experience, representing Puget Energy in its $7.4-billion sale, Microsoft in acquisitions, including the acquisition of Nasdaq-listed Greenfield Online, Amazon.com in its acquisitions, and Nasdaq-listed Captaris in multiple acquisitions as well as its sale.
Listed in Chambers USA, America's Leading Business Lawyers, 2010
Listed in Washington Law & Politics, Washington's Super Lawyers, 2005
Listed in Washington Law & Politics, Rising Stars of Washington Law, 2001 - 2005
University of Washington Business School, Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Advisory Board, 2007
American Bar Association, Business Law Section
Washington State Bar Association, Business Law Section
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