Our Attorneys Possess a Wide Range of Small and Mid Cap Issuer and OTC Experience.
Our team of experienced attorneys ensure that all aspects of your corporate legal needs are satisfied whether you are completing an initial public offering, follow on offering, private placement, merger or acquisition or general business contracts and ongoing corporate maintenance.
ANTHONY L.G., PLLC TEAM
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Laura Anthony, Esq.
Securities attorney Laura Anthony has 29 years experience and founded Anthony L.G., PLLC. The firms experienced legal team provide ongoing corporate counsel to small and mid-size private companies, public companies as well as private companies going public on the Nasdaq, NYSE American or over-the-counter market, such as the OTCQB and OTCQX.
Ms. Anthony is a member of various professional organizations including the Crowdfunding Professional Association (CfPA), the Florida Bar Association, the American Bar Association and the ABA committees on Federal Securities Regulations and Private Equity and Venture Capital. She is a supporter of several community charities.
Ms. Anthony is an honors graduate from Florida State University College of Law and has been practicing law since 1993. Attorney Laura Anthony is recognized by Martindate-Hubbel as one of America’s Most Honored Professionals and the recipient of the Martindale-Hubbel Distinguished Rating.
John Cacomanolis, Esq.
John Cacomanolis, Esq., is an experienced general commercial lawyer, with an extensive background in mergers and acquisitions (having completed over 400 individual M&A transactions), joint ventures (ranging in size from a few million to over $25 billion), securities compliance, capital-raising, shareholder and board compliance, private equity firm formations and operations, and both public and private company operations.
Prior to joining Anthony L.G., PLLC, from 2007 to 2015 Mr. Cacomanolis was a Partner and General Counsel at Grain Management, LLC, a private equity firm based in Sarasota, FL and Washington, D.C., which focused on investments in the telecommunications industry. At Grain, he was part of the team that took the company from start-up mode to almost $1B in AUM. He managed all legal functions for the company and its subsidiaries, including, with the CEO and CFO, development and implementation of the strategic plan for the company’s operations and growth.