As a member of our Public Company Advisory and Capital Markets practices, Lillian Tsu is a trusted advisor to U.S. and foreign public companies providing practical advice on legal and compliance issues affecting their day-to-day and strategic operations.

Her practice includes advising management and boards of directors on SEC disclosure requirements, corporate governance matters, board and executive compensation, accounting restatements, shareholder activism, equity and debt offerings, public company mergers and acquisitions, spin-offs, and going-private transactions.

Lillian regularly counsels clients on capital markets transactions, including registered public offerings, private placements, and offerings under Rule 144A and Regulation S, as well as tender offers, recapitalizations, debt exchange offers, consent solicitations, and private equity investments.

With over 15 years of experience, Lillian advises public companies in a variety of industries with respect to general corporate and securities matters, including ongoing disclosure obligations under U.S. federal securities laws and compliance with the rules of the NYSE and NASDAQ. She also frequently writes and speaks on legal developments affecting public companies and is a regular contributor to the firm's SEC Update.

Awards and recognitions

2019

Finance: Capital Markets: Debt - Advice to Issuers
Legal 500 US

Education and admissions

Education

J.D., 2002

B.A., Cornell University, 1998

Bar admissions and qualifications

New York

Representative experience

Represented Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. in various debt offerings totaling more than US$11bn.

Represented Marvell Technology Group in its acquisition of Cavium including its US$1bn debt offering to fund the acquisition.

Represented a NYSE-listed technology company in an underwritten offering of equity securities.

Represented Darden Restaurants, Inc. in connection with its spin-off of Four Corners Property Trust, Inc.

Represented Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. in connection with its spin-off of News Corporation.

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