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Melinda Anderson

White & Case (New York)

Melinda Anderson is a Counsel in White & Case’s Capital Markets Group in New York and a member of the Firm’s Public Company Advisory Group. Melinda’s practice focuses on ongoing compliance obligations under the US securities laws, the requirements of the major US stock exchanges, and corporate governance matters, including environmental, social and governance (ESG). Prior to joining White & Case, Melinda served as Senior Corporate Counsel at a leading technology company for over five years, where she was responsible for a broad range of securities law compliance and public reporting matters, including current and periodic reports, proxy statements, annual meetings, board and committee matters, corporate governance matters, public offerings, Section 13 and Section 16 reporting, insider trading policy matters, and equity compensation disclosure and compliance. Prior to going in-house, Melinda practiced in the Palo Alto and New York offices of a leading global law firm, where she advised clients on corporate governance, securities, public and private offerings, and M&A transactions, for over a decade.

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Rebecca Farrington (Hilberman), Heather Greenfield, Anna Kertesz, Mark J. Gidley, Gabriela Baca, Ashley Stoner, Allain Andry, Maia Gez, Michelle Rutta, Melinda Anderson The US DoJ continues its aggressive crackdown on illegal interlocking directorates thereby increasing the spotlight on private equity and technology firms and leading to the resignation of five more US company board directors


The Antitrust Division of the US Department of Justice ("DOJ") continues to aggressively pursue alleged illegal interlocking directorates that violate Section 8 of the Clayton Act, and in particular, interlocks involving private equity ("PE") firms and technology companies. On March 9, 2023, (...)

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