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Anna Rice Abramson is a corporate associate in the firm’s Washington, DC office. She advises clients on a broad range of corporate and securities matters, focusing on corporate governance and ongoing securities compliance. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Ms. Abramson worked as an associate at an equity research firm.

  • Advised multiple public companies on Exchange Act periodic reporting, proxy statements, Section 16 reporting, shareholder proposals, responses to SEC comment letters, and other securities law compliance matters.
  • Advised multiple public companies on corporate governance and compliance matters, including insider trading policies, codes of conduct, board committee charters, compliance with stock exchange listing standards, disclosure controls and procedures, internal control over financial reporting, executive compensation programs and disclosure, and ESG programs and disclosure.
  • Prepared Securities Act filings in connection with M&A transactions.
  • Represented Uber Technologies, Inc. in connection with its initial public offering.
  • Represented the National Football League and the National Hockey League in connection with ownership transactions.
  • Represented the National Football League in connection with various league financings.
  • Represented public companies in acquisitions, financing transactions, and other strategic transactions.

Pro Bono

  • Advised a range of nonprofits, including environmental, microfinance, and healthcare organizations, on corporate governance matters.
  • Represented immigrant survivors of domestic violence in U Visa and Violence Against Women Act applications.

Memberships and Affiliations

  • Society for Corporate Governance