Courtney Crouch is a trusted advisor on corporate and securities matters helping both publicly-traded and privately-held companies navigate corporate governance, regulatory and transactional issues. He counsels corporate boards of directors, board committees and executive management on corporate governance, shareholder communications, investor disclosure, executive compensation, capital markets and securities transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and other regulatory and transactional matters. He regularly advises public companies on reporting under the Exchange Act and compliance with Securities and Exchange Commission regulations and stock exchange listing standards. He assists clients with capital markets transactions including registered public equity and debt offerings, private securities offerings, issuer tender offers, stock repurchases, and mergers and acquisitions. Prior to becoming an attorney, Courtney worked in several federal government capacities in Washington, D.C., including as White House director of congressional correspondence, communications director for a U.S. House member from Arkansas, and a summer law clerk for the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance.