Caitlin MacDowell represents public and private company clients in a broad range of corporate and transactional matters, including public securities offerings and private placements, mergers and acquisitions and debt and equity financings. She also advises clients on corporate governance and fiduciary duties matters and matters relating to compliance with the rules and regulations of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and stock exchange listing requirements. Caitlin counsels public companies and activist investors on SEC disclosure and reporting under the ’34 Act and in ’33 Act registration statements, beneficial ownership reporting and annual meeting and proxy statement matters.


Assisted a NYSE-listed manufacturer of solar panels with a change of control transaction, consisting of the private placement of $22 of the issuer’s common stock, a $23 million special dividend to the issuer’s common stockholders (other than the purchaser), and a reverse stock split of the issuer’s common stock.

Assisted a public company in the casino gaming industry with a $300 million term loan facility.

Assisted a Nasdaq-listed developer/manufacturer of medical devices with a $2.5 billion senior secured credit facility and a private placement of $1.0 billion of high yield notes.

Advised a private company manufacturer of wound care products in connection with the sale of the company to a public company strategic buyer.

Represented emerging growth companies in venture financing transactions, commercial contract negotiations and licensing matters.


Vanderbilt University Law School – J.D., 2012
Stonehill College – B.A., magna cum laude, 2009

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