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David Song is a corporate transactional attorney specializing in securities and mergers and acquisitions.  He has advised on large public company mergers and registered offerings as well as numerous smaller and middle-market transactions.  While M&A and securities comprise the majority of Mr. Song’s practice, the most important aspect of his practice is to understand his client’s business philosophy.  He strives to provide representation that is in sync with his client, tailored not only to his client’s ultimate business objective, but also consistent with his client’s style of conducting business.


Over the years, Mr. Song has gained substantial experience in many other areas of transactional practice, including representing lenders and borrowers in most types of lending transactions, representing issuers, investors and broker-dealers in private investments in public entities (PIPEs), at-the-market offerings and a wide-range of convertible debt and equity securities offerings, representing management companies form and launch private investment funds, representing partners in forming complex joint ventures, handling early-stage investments in start-ups, and advising boards on corporate governance matters.


Mr. Song graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where he was an editor of the Law Review.  Prior to founding Song P.C. in 2005, he was an associate in the mergers and acquisitions group of Debevoise & Plimpton LLP and partner in the corporate practice group at Duval & Stachenfeld LLP.

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