Don Figliulo has more than 30 years of experience counseling a diverse range of corporations, partnerships, and limited liability companies and their governing boards on transactions, finance and governance matters and previously served as vice chair of the Corporate Finance practice at Polsinelli. As a former in-house attorney, Don now often serves as outside general counsel to clients, advising public and private companies on matters related to securities, regulation, compliance, corporate governance, and mergers, acquisitions, and dispositions.

From 2000 to 2002, Don served as executive vice president and general counsel of Commerx Inc., a business-to-business electronic marketplace that enabled buyers and sellers in industrial processing markets to transact business on the Internet. As a member of the company’s senior management team, Don was responsible for legal oversight for all areas, including financings and a planned initial public offering (IPO) of its capital stock, business development, corporate governance matters, intellectual property and licensing, customer supplier, and commercial contracts.

The clients Don serves include manufacturers of consumer and industrial products, pharmaceutical, life science and health care companies, food service companies, information technology service and software companies, Internet service companies, and private equity companies and sponsors.
  • Represented technology company in its IPO of common stock and follow on offering of common stock and listing on Nasdaq.
  • Represented private label manufacturing and distribution company in its IPO and follow on offering of common stock and listing on NYSE.
  • Represented IT service company in its IPO of common stock and listing on Nasdaq.
  • Represented Nasdaq-listed company in $125 million Rule 144A offering.
  • Represented Nasdaq issuer in filing S-3 Universal and Selling Stockholder Shelf Registration Statement.
  • Represented NYSE issuer in filing S-3 Universal Shelf Registration Statement.
  • Represented Nasdaq-listed company in its $850 million sale to a NYSE-listed company.