Jeff Sherman has rejoined Faegre Baker Daniels’ corporate practice as a partner in the firm’s Denver office.
Sherman focuses his practice on securities regulation, corporate financing, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate governance for both private and publicly held clients. He leverages experiences in private practice and as deputy general counsel for an international, publicly traded medical device company to drive growth for clients.
He has represented numerous companies and investment banks in connection with billions of dollars in securities offerings. Sherman also advises on significant private placements of debt and equity securities, PIPEs and Rule 144A offerings. He also counsels public companies in connection with going private transactions, issuer tender offers for debt and equity, accelerated stock repurchases, and other security purchase programs.
“Jeff has served clients on a global scale as both a colleague at FaegreBD and as a vice president and senior in-house counsel for an international company on a range of corporate matters – we are proud to add his expertise and leadership capabilities to our client offerings as we continue to build on our strengths, both in Colorado and internationally,” said Chris Hofstad, head of FaegreBD’s worldwide corporate group and its 200+ professionals.
Sherman represents buyers and sellers in public and private transactions involving cash, stock, debt and property as consideration. He advises public companies on SEC reporting, corporate governance matters, resales of restricted securities and equity compensation matters.
He is also a member of the firm's emerging companies and venture capital practice area and advises growing companies in matters including corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, bank financings, executive compensation, technology licensing and complex agreement preparation.
Sherman is also a member of the firm’s health and life sciences industry team, which partners with research institutions, pharmaceutical companies, medical device and technology manufacturers, health information technology companies and related organizations to provide consumers with products that will improve their health and quality of life.
In addition to his practice at FaegreBD, Sherman is an officer in the JAG Corps of the U.S. Army Reserve. He is active in the Association for Corporate Growth, Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals, and several local charities.