Kenn Webb represents businesses ranging from industry leaders to start-up ventures in the areas of corporate finance, securities law, mergers and acquisitions, and general corporate law.
Kenn has represented public companies in many industries, including energy, retail, transportation, technology development, internet subscription services, manufacturing, construction materials, and investment banking. He has assisted these clients with public and private offerings of securities, mergers and acquisitions, public disclosure issues and compliance with state and federal securities laws.
Kenn has advised entrepreneurs and early-stage companies in connection with entity formation, establishment of strategic relationships and financings, from seed rounds to venture capital and private equity fundings. He has also represented venture-backed companies in liquidity events, including business dispositions and IPOs.
Kenn has advised public companies on corporate governance matters including Board and committee independence requirements and the preparation of committee charters, codes of ethics and whistleblower, director nomination, and shareholder communications policies. He has also advised public and private clients on directors' fiduciary duties in connection with matters such as tender offers, sales of businesses and related-party transactions.
Kenn has assisted clients with a wide-variety of commercial contracts, including technology licenses and development agreements, manufacturing and distribution contracts, joint marketing arrangements, franchise agreements, partnerships, employment, consulting and noncompetition agreements, and benefit plans.