is the Managing Partner of Bryant Rabbino LLP. Seth represents large corporations and financial institutions, governmental entities and public benefit corporations, investment funds and early stage companies in a range of transactional matters. Seth has extensive experience in offerings of equity and debt securities, including institutional private placements and municipal offerings, venture capital, convertible notes and warrants among other securities. In addition, Seth has significant experience representing parties in mergers & acquisitions transactions, joint ventures, licenses and other strategic transactions. Seth also has extensive experience with Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise or “MWBE” programs, including assisting clients with certification, transactions such as Majority – MWBE mergers and acquisitions, joint venture structuring and MWBE compliance. In 2010, Seth represented a coalition that worked closely with the New York State legislature and pension plans in enacting “The New York State Emerging Investment Manager and MWBE Financial Institution Strategy” (S6888, A9976). Seth sits on the Board of Trustees of the neighborhood defender services of Harlem. Seth earned a J.D. in 1995 from New York University School of Law where he was a Root-Tilden Snow Scholar. He earned B.A. degrees in 1992 from New York University College of Arts and Sciences where he double majored in Philosophy and in Political Science.