3 Ways Attys Can Play Defense When Capital Markets Slow

Law360, New York (February 11, 2016, 5:16 PM EST) -- Capital markets work is a long game that requires attorneys to skillfully navigate downturns and embrace the behind-the-scenes work that can keep their clients out of hot water and position them for prosperity when market sentiment puts them back on offense.

While it isn't as glitzy as guiding multibillion-dollar initial public offerings, attorneys say the work done between megadeals fills needs critical to the success of their clients. That work can be as varied as reviewing companies' disclosures to ensure they are updated to reflect current market conditions and counseling them on alternative transactions that may have appeal in lieu of...

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