Steven Slutzky is a corporate partner and Co-Head of the firm’s Capital Markets Group and a member of the firm’s Private Equity Group. His practice focuses on securities offerings and related transactions, and he regularly represents issuers and underwriters in securities transactions including initial public offerings, high-yield debt offerings, secondary equity offerings, debt offerings, tender offers and consent solicitations and private placements.
Mr. Slutzky was named Dealmaker of the Year by The American Lawyer (2014) for his role in advising Verizon Communications Inc. on its $49 billion bond offering, the largest-ever corporate bond issue. Mr. Slutzky is also ranked as a leading capital markets lawyer in Chambers Global (2015–2021), which describes him as “very talented” and “practical,” and in Chambers USA (2015–2021), where clients note that he is “very practical, action-oriented and he is great at client service.” Sources say he is “an extremely valuable resource with good instincts” and praise his ability to “understand the big picture, boil it down to key components and explain it in clear terms to non-lawyers” as well as his “high level of expertise” and “good business sense.” He is recognized in IFLR1000 (2020) and The Legal 500 US (2021). He also serves as a director of South Brooklyn Legal Services.
Mr. Slutzky’s recent articles include Chambers Practice Guides - Private Equity: USA 2019 (August, 2019) and “Top 10 Practice Tips: Secondary Offerings,” Lexis Practice Advisor (September, 2018).
Mr. Slutzky received his B.S. from Lehigh University in 1988 and his J.D. from New York Law School summa cum laude in 1993, where he was a notes and comments editor of the Law Review.