Robert Endicott is involved in a broad-based general corporate practice with concentrations in corporate finance and securities law, mergers and acquisitions and corporate governance matters. He has represented companies ranging from widely held public companies to emerging and start-up companies in matters such as public and private placement of debt and equity securities, mergers and acquisitions, shelf registrations, review and preparation of periodic reports and proxy materials for filing with the SEC, and general commercial transactions. He regularly counsels public companies with respect to corporate governance issues. In addition, Mr. Endicott has represented a life sciences private equity venture capital fund in connection with its formation and syndication and with respect to its various portfolio company investments.
He has experience with companies in a number of industries, including financial services/securities brokerage, life science, retail, manufacturing and distribution and telecommunications.
Formerly an associate in the real estate group at a leading international law firm in New York, Mr. Endicott joined Bryan Cave LLP in 1995 and became a partner in 2004. Mr. Endicott formerly served as Chairman of the Recruiting Committee for the firm’s St. Louis office. Prior to law school, he received a master’s degree in trumpet performance from The Juilliard School in New York City. He remains active musically.
Various public and private acquisitions by a NYSE listed corporation in financial services/securities brokerage industry
Various public offerings, including universal shelf registration statements and equity take-downs (including “at-the-market” offerings, underwritten offerings and registered direct offerings) and a debt take-downs
Various private placements, including Rule 144A debt offerings and related registered exchange offer, including tender offer to refinancing existing notes in the retail industry
Various public and private offerings for a Nasdaq listed medical device company, including an initial public offering, shelf registrations and take downs, and registered direct offerings
Disposition by a U.S. company of a U.K. subsidiary in the financial services/brokerage industry
Advice with respect to various acquisitions of land, mining rights, offering and joint venture work in the energy industry
Advice with respect to general corporate matters, various bridge loans and equity private placements for a start-up medical technology company
Bar and Court Admissions
New York, 1995
New York University, J.D., magna cum laude, Order of the Coif, 1994
The Juilliard School, M.M., 1988
University of Illinois, B.M., with highest honors, 1986
Civic Involvement and Honors
Member of the Board of Directors of the Sheldon Arts Foundation
Chairman of the Board of the National Blues Museum
Former Advisory Board Member of the St. Louis branch of The Entrepreneurship Institute