HOUSTON – Bracewell LLP’s Shannon Baldwin and Kathy Witty Medford have been elected Fellows of the American College of Investment Counsel. Both are associates in the firm’s Houston office.
Baldwin represents issuers, underwriters and institutional investors in equity and debt offerings, including public and private issuances and private investment in public equity transactions. She also represents privately owned and publicly traded companies in securities matters, capital markets, corporate governance, joint ventures and mergers and acquisitions.
Medford represents issuers, underwriters and institutional investors in public and private offerings of equity securities, high-yield debt securities and investment-grade debt securities. She also advises clients on Securities and Exchange Commission reporting and disclosure obligations and other corporate governance and compliance matters.
Established in 1981, the American College of Investment Counsel brings together lawyers who devote a substantial amount of their time representing institutional investors in connection with their investment operations. Its members work to provide a forum for the discussion of legal issues affecting institutional investments and investors. Fellows are nominated by their peers and approved by both the ACIC Membership Committee and Board of Trustees.