Julia A. Thompson

Washington, D.C.
  • 555 Eleventh Street, NW
  • Suite 1000
  • Washington, D.C. 20004-1304
  • USA
 
 

Julia Thompson is a partner in the Public Company Representation Practice. 

Ms. Thompson focuses oncompany representation and securities regulation matters, advising clients across a range of industry sectors. Her experience includes capital markets transactions, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, and other general corporate matters for both public and private companies.

Ms. Thompson represents US and non-US NYSE and NASDAQ listed companies in matters regarding SEC reporting obligations and other issues related to public company status.

She is a member of the firm's ESG Taskforce, the former Global Co-Chair of the Asian & Middle Eastern Lawyers Group, and a former member of the Finance Committee.

Prior to joining Latham, Ms. Thompson was a consultant for The Balloch Group, where she primarily worked with clients in the technology industry.

Ms. Thompson's experience includes advising:

  • Allegro MicroSystems, Inc. on corporate governance and securities matters
  • Arch Resources, Inc. (formerly Arch Coal, Inc.) on general public company representation matters
  • Babylon Holdings Limited on corporate governance and securities matters
  • The Carlyle Group in its acquisition of NBTY, Inc. in a transaction valued at US$3.8 billion
  • Chesapeake Energy Corporation on corporate governance and securities matters
  • Corning Incorporated on US$1.6 billion Japanese yen denominated senior notes offerings, corporate governance and securities matters
  • Custom Truck One Source, Inc. on general public company representation matters
  • CyberArk Software Ltd. on corporate governance and securities matters
  • Digital Generation Inc. in its spin-off of Sizmek Inc. to stockholders and its going private transaction with Spectrum Equity and Extreme Reach Inc. valued at US$525 million
  • DXC Technology Company on securities matters
  • Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc. on corporate governance and securities matters
  • KLA Corporation on corporate governance and securities matters
  • Kimco Realty Corporation on various equity and debt offerings valued at over US$5.0 billion and general public company representation matters
  • monday.com Ltd. on corporate governance and securities matters
  • O-I Glass, Inc. (formerly Owens-Illinois, Inc.) on various dual tranche senior notes offerings valued at over US$2.0 billion, corporate governance and securities matters
  • Radware Ltd. in corporate governance and strategic securities law issues
  • Rowan Companies Inc. in its acquisition of Skeie Drilling and Production ASA for approximately US$900 million
  • Spok Holdings, Inc. on general public company representation matters
  • Spotify Technology S.A. on general public company representation matters, corporate governance, and securities matters
  • Stride, Inc. (formerly K12 Inc.) in corporate governance and strategic securities law issues
  • TechnipFMC plc in corporate governance and strategic securities law issues
  • T-Mobile US, Inc. on corporate governance and securities matters
  • Walker & Dunlop, Inc. on corporate governance and strategic securities law issues
  • Wix.com Ltd. on general public company representation matters
 
 
 
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