Marc Press practices in the area of securities, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate finance.
Marc represents both issuers and early stage investors in debt and equity offerings, lenders and borrowers on both secured and asset based credit facilities and unsecured credit facilities and buyers and sellers in merger and acquisition transactions. His securities practice involves representing sponsors in the formation and marketing of alternative investment funds.
As a Member of Cole Schotz, he has handled matters involving:
- Advising startup and early stage companies in numerous industries, including medical device and software companies, on formation issues and raising capital through private placement transactions and angel and venture capital investment rounds
- Advising angel and venture capital funds on investments in startup and early stage companies
- Advising sponsors on the formation of real estate, private equity and hedge funds, securities and others regulatory matters, and the private offering of their securities
- Advising blockchain companies from formation through the initial coin offering process and private investment funds investing in digital assets
- Representing investors with respect to the formation and investment in state registered medical cannabis cultivation and dispensary facilities
- Representing a multinational document solutions company in its acquisition of distributors of multi-function printers and related products throughout the United States
- Representing buyers and sellers of companies in numerous industries in merger and acquisitions, including distressed and insolvent companies, in both bankruptcy and out of court transactions
- Representing companies registered with the SEC with respect to their annual and other SEC periodic reporting allegations
- Representing lenders and debtors with respect to debtor-in-possession financing transactions
Marc began his career at a prominent law firm in New York City, where he focused on public and private offerings of securities and mergers and acquisitions. He also served as bank counsel for a New Jersey state chartered commercial bank, where he was responsible for all legal matters of the bank.
Marc earned his J.D. from Duke Law School and his B.A. from the University of Rochester.