Christopher "Chris" Rogers represents public companies in transactional and securities compliance matters relating to the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, including business combination registration statements, proxy statements, and periodic and current reports. He also advises public companies on corporate governance and general corporate matters. In addition, Chris counsels high net worth individuals and closely held business entities with respect to corporate law matters, including compliance with Section 16 obligations (Forms 3, 4 and 5), as well as filings under Regulation 13D-G.
Prior to entering private practice, Chris worked for an affiliate of General Electric Company on financial transaction matters.
Advised automotive aftermarket software company with respect to annual filings on Form 10-K, quarterly filings on Form 10-Q and material corporate action filings on Form 8-K
Advised individual investor with respect to filing Schedule 13D to accurately reflect holdings in large hospitality company
Represented technology company with respect to follow on offerings in conjunction with Registration Statement on Form S-3
Represent directors of specialty chemical company with respect to Section 16 filings
America Reads/America Counts, Tutor, 2007-2011
NYU Lawyer Alumni Mentoring Program (LAMP), 2010-2011