Why Companies are Staying Private Longer

Published

September 10, 2017

Randy Adler, Partner at Fox Rothschild, explains why the traditional private company lifeline no longer applies and why companies are staying private longer.

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Randolph Adler

Partner, National Co-Chair of Fox Rothschild’s Emerging Companies & Venture Capital Practice Group, Randy represents businesses in all stages of development as well as investors seeking opportunities in today’s innovation economy. From entity formation and financing – seed, early-stage and late-stage venture capital and private equity – to public offerings and mergers and acquisitions, Randy guides his clients through the full corporate life cycle.

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