Molly Brown Joins Hahn Loeser & Parks Cleveland

Molly Z. Brown

Hahn Loeser & Parks LLP is proud to announce the addition of Molly Z. Brown, who joined the Cleveland office as a partner in the Firm’s Business Practice Area. Brown brings an expansive blend of in-house and law firm experience. Her practice focuses on public and private securities offerings, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and compliance matters. Brown has completed over $11 billion in securities offerings and nearly $7 billion in mergers, acquisitions and divestitures.

“We are very excited to have Molly on our team,” remarked Hahn Loeser Business Practice Area Chair Rocco Debitetto. “She brings a complex understanding of all aspects of securities transactions and mergers and acquisitions. Gaining Molly’s experience and knowledge creates expanded opportunities for our team and clients.”

“Molly’s experience adds a new dimension to our practice” Debitetto added. Brown brings experience with publicly underwritten debt, equity and hybrid securities offerings, Regulation A offerings, crowdfunding, Regulation D and Section 4(a)(2) exempt offerings, private fund offerings, and Rule 144/144A transactions. Brown’s securities transaction and mergers and acquisition practice routinely advises on purchases and sales involving venture capital firms, private equity firms, and to management groups. Brown’s corporate governance experience and knowledge routinely finds her advising companies planning for liquidity transactions, including listing on national stock exchanges and initial public offerings. Industries Brown has served include SasS, technology, manufacturing, industrial, chemical, mining, banking and financial services, and real estate development companies.

Brown is a member of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, the Ohio Chapter of the Society of Corporate Governance, Association of Corporate Growth, and the Ohio Bankers League. Brown also serves as a member of the board of Friends of Breakthrough Schools. She earned her J.D. from Case Western Reserve University School of Law in 2000 and a B.A in economics from John Carroll University, where she was also a varsity letterwinner for the swimming team.