Carol B. Stubblefield practices mainly in the areas of corporate, securities and life sciences. Ms. Stubblefield is the author of numerous articles for The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel and The Euromoney Equity Capital Markets Handbook (2003). She also served as panelist at the Paris Bar Association's Annual Conference in Washington, DC. She is a member of the Firm's Pro Bono Committee, and has advised on a successful political asylum case through Human Rights First.
Ms. Stubblefield represents public companies, issuers and underwriters in connection with public and private offerings of debt and equity securities. She also provides general corporate counseling and corporate governance advice.
- New York~United States (1993)
- Duke University (J.D.) (1992)
- Duke University (LL.M. Comparative Law) (1992)
- Indiana University (B.A.) (1989)
Speaker, Navigating Through Dire Straits: Keeping Your Stock Option Plans Afloat in the Economic Downturn, January 15, 2009.
Ms. Stubblefield is the author of numerous publications for The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel including "Corporate Governance: Board Oversight of Corporate Compliance Programs," October 2004, The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel.
"SEC Proposes New Rules of Professional Conduct for Counsel, Including "Noisy Withdrawal" Provisions," January 2003.
"American Corporate Governance: Scandal, Reform and the Global Capital Markets," The Euromoney Equity Capital Markets Handbook, 2003.
Ms. Stubblefield was a panelist at the Paris Bar Association's Annual Conference in Washington, D.C. in November 2004.