BrownWinick was at the forefront of the United States ethanol and biodiesel industries. BrownWinick was lead counsel for 13 initial public offerings for ethanol companies with the Securities and Exchange Commission with simultaneous multi-state registrations. BrownWinick also assisted a number of clients with state-registered public offerings and private placements in the ethanol and biodiesel industries. BrownWinick currently represents six public companies in the ethanol industry, where BrownWinick provides a one-stop shop for legal services.
BrownWinick is the only law firm which has the right to sublicense the Workiva platform, which is the cloud-based software the firm uses for Securities and Exchange Commission reporting for each of its publicly reporting companies. If you would like more information about the Workiva platform and how it simplifies the Securities and Exchange Commission reporting process, please do not hesitate to ask for a demonstration. BrownWinick has an in- house XBRL tagging paralegal with an accounting background who is responsible for maintaining XBRL tagging for our publicly reporting clients. No other law firm in our market can provide this service. We are happy to discuss flat fee engagements for Securities and Exchange Commission reporting and XBRL tagging.
BrownWinick provides the most cost-effective and skilled Securities and Exchange Commission compliance services in our market. We can achieve this efficiency and skill because of the number of publicly reporting companies we represent, our experience with securities-related issues for public and private companies over the past 10 years and the team we have assembled.