Steven Tepper is a retired partner whose practice covered a broad range of corporate, commercial, and financial transactions, including securities offerings, mergers and acquisitions, and international finance and business transactions.
Mr. Tepper frequently represented domestic and foreign issuers and underwriters in securities offerings and other capital-raising transactions, as well as securities law compliance. He also has represented domestic and foreign companies in a broad range of industries, in merger and acquisition transactions, joint ventures, distribution, licensing, manufacturing, and marketing arrangements, trade issues, employment matters, corporate governance issues and other matters related to their US and international businesses.
In addition to his representation of private sector clients, Mr. Tepper represented foreign sovereigns for many years, including the Governments of Israel and Turkey, in connection with their US bond offerings, the privatization of state-owned enterprises, and other financial transactions. He also served as a consultant to international organizations on privatization and related matters.
- JD, Harvard Law School, 1978, cum laude
- BA, Hamilton College, 1975
- New York
Fellow, American College of Investment Counsel
Member, American Bar Association
Lecturer-in-law, Columbia Law School
Board of Directors, Selfhelp Community Services, Inc., a leading New York social service, healthcare and senior housing agency
Board of Directors and Past Co-President, America-Israel Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Inc.
Board of Directors, Parents Circle-Families Forum, Inc.
Adjunct Instructor in Business Ethics, Molloy College - Graduate Business Division