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Pillsbury Pillsbury Pillsbury
Silicon Valley
2550 Hanover Street
Palo Alto, CA 94304-1115
Tel. +1.650.233.4670
Fax. +1.650.233.4545
State of California
J.D., University of San Francisco School of Law, 1988
B.A., University of San Francisco, 1985
cum laude


Gabriella A. Lombardi

Gabriella Lombardi's practice focuses on securities, corporate finance and general corporate matters, including public offerings, private placements, mergers and acquisitions, securities law compliance and corporate governance. She has worked with public and private companies in a broad range of industries, including technology, life sciences, financial institutions and financial services. Ms. Lombardi also has extensive experience representing investment banks, placement agents and initial purchasers in a variety of capital markets transactions, including initial public offerings, follow-on offerings, PIPE and registered direct offerings, rights offerings and rendering fairness opinions.

Ms. Lombardi’s practice has also included representation of banks and bank holding companies in connection with federal and state regulatory matters, entity formations, financing transactions, mergers and acquisitions and divestitures.

Representative Matters
  • A life sciences company that develops and sells genomic-based clinical diagnostic tests for cancer in its initial public offering and follow-on offering
  • A medical device company in its initial public offering and subsequent registered direct and PIPE financings
  • A provider of broadband semiconductor and software products for the digital home in a follow-on offering
  • A global provider of advanced flexible printed circuits and component assembly solutions in its initial public offering
  • The underwriters in an initial public offering of a power semiconductor company
  • The underwriters in a follow-on offering by a provider of semiconductor solutions for imaging, audio, video and embedded modem applications
  • The underwriters in a registered direct offering by a semiconductor company
  • The underwriters in the equity offering of a provider of fixed wireless voice and data products for the worldwide telecommunications market
  • The venture investors in a financing transaction for a provider of customer identity management software solutions
  • A private financial services company in several financing transactions and in the acquisition of several complementary companies
  • A 144A convertible senior note offering by a provider of services in IT distribution, supply chain management and contract assembly
  • The financial advisor in connection with the rendering of fairness opinions in numerous public merger transactions
  • A consumer electronics company in the sale of three of its business lines under the supervision of the federal bankruptcy court
  • The underwriters in connection with a follow-on offering for a manufacturer of reprogrammable memory products and analog and mixed signal products
  • A bank holding company in connection its acquisition of several banks and bank holding companies
  • Two technology companies in separate delisting proceedings initiated by Nasdaq
  • A provider of broadband semiconductor and software products for the digital home in a follow-on offering
Representative Speaking Engagements

4th Annual Liquidity Summit - Emergence of Secondary Markets and Potential New Funding Options for Private Issuers: What are the benefits of private stock exchanges and how might pending legislation make it easier for private companies to raise capital?, with participants from Xpert Financial, Inc., Deloitte LLP, Woodruff-Sawyer & Co. and SecondMarket, Inc., March 13, 2012.

3rd Annual Liquidity Summit - IPO Nuts and Bolts, with participants from Connor Group, Krause Consulting, QuinStreet and Woodruff-Sawyer & Co., November 10, 2011.

CFO Essentials Workshop: Updates and Practical Implications for CFOs, with participants from Baird and SingerLewak, December 2, 2010.

2nd Annual Liquidity Summit, with participants from August Capital, J.P.Morgan, Pagemill Partners and NASDAQ, November 3, 2010.

Annual Liquidity Summit - Nuts and Bolts of Preparing an IPO: Requirements for going public, including filing requirements, management and board issues, due diligence, selecting advisors and choosing an exchange, including participants from NASDAQ, Needham & Company, LLC and PricewaterhouseCoopers, December 10,2009.

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