Robinson Bradshaw Adds Triangle Lawyer Glen E. CaplanPDF
Robinson Bradshaw has added another partner to the firm's Research Triangle office.
Glen E. Caplan has joined Robinson Bradshaw and will advise clients on private equity and venture capital financings, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and other business transactions, and securities offerings and compliance. Caplan most recently worked with Hutchison Law Group in Raleigh, where he built a strong reputation working with emerging growth companies. Caplan was a co-founder of both Joystick Labs, a seed-stage accelerator program for digitally distributed video game companies, and NC Spark, a peer networking group for CEOs and founders of North Carolina-based technology companies.
“We are extremely happy to add Glen to our team,” said Robert Griffin, managing partner of Robinson Bradshaw. “He is one of the area's rising stars in corporate and transactional matters, particularly for venture-backed technology and life science companies. Glen’s hiring reaffirms our commitment to continue to grow our capabilities in this industry segment, which is an important part of our practice.”
A graduate of Wake Forest University and Duke University Law School, Caplan has more than eight years of experience advising both public and private companies in an array of corporate and commercial matters. He started his career with Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, P.C. in Palo Alto, Calif., before joining Hutchison Law Group in 2005.
“Robinson Bradshaw has a tremendous corporate transactional practice with full-service capabilities.” said Caplan. “I'm very excited to be part of that team and to be able to deliver that breadth of expertise to clients.”