John C. Sullivan, P.C.
Kevin C. Sullivan represents clients in a variety of business law matters including:
- Entity formation, ownership and governance matters;
- Financing, investment and loan transactions;
- Sales, fulfillment, license and other contract matters;
- Technology and intellectual property matters;
- Competition, consumer protection, privacy and other regulatory matters; and
- Mergers, acquisitions and reorganizations.
Mr. Sullivan’s experience includes representing companies, founders, officers, directors and investors in a variety of financing and investment transactions including:
- Founder, angel, venture capital, strategic and other private investment transactions;
- Private placements, IPOs, follow-on offerings, secondary offerings, PIPEs, 144A offerings and other securities transactions;
- 34 Act, NYSE, Nasdaq, AMEX, Sarbanes Oxley and other securities compliance matters; and
- Merger and acquisition transactions.
Prior to joining John C. Sullivan, P.C., Mr. Sullivan spent seven years as a corporate lawyer at a large Connecticut law firm and two years as a corporate lawyer at a large Manhattan law firm. Mr. Sullivan also spent three years as a staff attorney in the Enforcement Division of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission in New York City.
Mr. Sullivan received his law degree from Hofstra Law School in 1993 where he was a member of the Hofstra Law Review. Prior to law school, Mr. Sullivan worked as a certified public accountant at Ernst & Young in New York City.
Mr. Sullivan is admitted to practice law in New York and Connecticut.