New Relic Completes $132 Million Initial Public Offering
San Francisco – December 19, 2014 – Cooley advised New Relic on its $132 million initial public offering. New Relic is a SaaS-based software analytics platform offering app performance management and mobile monitoring solutions. The company now trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "NEWR."
The Cooley corporate and securities team advising New Relic was led by partners Craig Jacoby, David Peinsipp and Drew Williamson, and included associates Jonie Kondracki, Amanda Busch, Eric Cheng and Michael Yepp.
Critical support for the offering was provided by partner Renee Deming and special counsel Jeannie Leahy (compensation and benefits); partners Susan Cooper Philpot and Bill Morrow (tax); partners Danish Hamid and Kevin King and associate Karen Tsai (international trade/FCPA); and special counsel Randy Sabett (privacy).
Thus far in 2014, Cooley has advised on 100 completed public offerings including 50 completed IPOs.
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