Palo Alto – June 17, 2014 – Cooley LLP announced today that it advised MobileIron, Inc. on its $100 million IPO. MobileIron offers software solutions that enable enterprises to secure and manage mobile applications, content and devices while providing their employees with device choice, privacy and a native user experience. MobileIron's stock now trades on the NASDAQ Global Stock Market under the symbol "MOBL."
The corporate and securities team advising MobileIron was led by partners Eric Jensen and Mark Medearis, and included associates Josh Seidenfeld and Joe Sexton. Critical support for the offering was provided by partner Renee Deming and associate Justin Ho (compensation & benefits); partners Mark Windfeld-Hansen and Bill Morrow (tax); partner Danish Hamid (regulatory); partner Jessica Valenzuela Santamaria (corporate governance); and associates J.D. Moss, Adrien Prentice, Rebecca Givner-Forbes, Stephanie Tsao and Kelsey Velemirovich (technology transactions).
Thus far in 2014, Cooley has advised on 58 completed public offerings, including 29 completed IPOs.
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