Taylor Brody focuses her practice on counseling investment companies and investment advisers in connection with various regulatory, compliance and transactional issues. Ms. Brody assists investment management clients in all aspects of legal representation including:
- researching issues arising under the federal securities laws in connection with the organization and registration of investment companies
- drafting and reviewing registration statements and proxy solicitation materials
- preparing regulatory filings
- drafting corporate policies and compliance procedures
Ms. Brody attended the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where she was the articles editor for the Journal of Constitutional Law and served on the board for the Equal Justice Foundation. She was also actively involved with the Guild Food Stamp Clinic, which provides legal assistance to nearly 500 indigent clients in food stamp cases.
While pursuing her law degree, Ms. Brody participated as a 2005 Stradley Ronon summer associate and served as a legal intern for the Senior Law Center, where she advised and assisted low-income senior citizens with legal problems.