Marc Rotter joined the capital markets group of Ropes & Gray in 2021. Prior to joining the firm, Marc practiced in the New York and London offices of another prominent global law firm. Marc concentrates his practice on advising buy-side investors, issuers, selling shareholders, underwriters and other market participants on securities law matters and capital market transactions, including public offerings and private placements, beneficial ownership reporting, Section 16, resales of restricted securities, insider trading and other regulatory issues. Marc also advises clients on securities law issues related to blockchain, cryptocurrency and non-fungible tokens (NFTs).

During law school, Marc served as a student attorney with the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, where he represented low-income tenants.

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