Doug Boggs practice focuses on international project finance, private equity, mergers and acquisitions, securities and venture capital.
He advises corporations and private equity and venture capital funds on divestitures, financings, securities matters and acquisitions, including equity and debt financings, public securities offerings, mergers, stock and asset transfers, corporate reorganizations, restructurings and joint ventures.
Doug frequently assists clients in structuring creative arrangements to acquire, develop, protect and distribute entities, assets, technologies, and products both domestically and internationally. He has extensive experience with deal structuring’s, negotiations, equity financings, debt financings, equity compensation matters, intellectual property licensing, complex corporate partnering transactions, corporate governance and SEC disclosures.
Doug has also represented investors, operators and government entities in transactions in energy, commodities, transportation, mining, oil and gas, power generation and transmission facilities, and water and waste facilities. He also has significant international transactional experience, especially in Africa and the Middle East.
Doug has been named a “Young Gun” by Washingtonian Magazine, listing him within the top 40 lawyers under 40 in Washington, DC. In June 2009, he was named to one of three area advisory boards to represent EagleBank and act as liaison between it and the Northern Virginia community. He is one of five members of the bank’s Northern Virginia board, whose combined experience will aid in EagleBank’s continued growth and development.
Doug received his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center, his M.B.A. from Georgetown Business School and his B.S. from Duke University.