Kenneth M. Silverman is a corporate attorney representing issuers and investors in a broad range of corporate matters and transactions. Ken has extensive experience counseling domestic and international clients in connection with mergers and acquisitions, public offerings, private placements and shareholder activism.
He represents both publicly traded and privately held companies as buyers and sellers in M&A transactions. He also counsels hedge funds, venture capital funds and start-ups in connection with their formation and capital raising.
Ken regularly advises clients regarding corporate governance, general corporate, executive compensation and securities law matters, including the preparation and filing of Exchange Act reports. Ken has devoted a portion of his practice to shareholder activism, and has advised public and private entities in connection with proxy contests and hostile takeover bids.
Leveraging Ken’s extensive experience drafting operating agreements and shareholder agreements in corporate transactions, Ken has experience with joint venture, limited liability company agreements, tenant-in-common and other agreements among co-venturers in real estate matters.
J.D., Rutgers School of Law, Newark, 1995
B.A., Colgate University, 1990
Bar & Court Admissions : New York, 1996
Professional & Community Affiliations :
American Bar Association (Member, Business Law Section)