GoDaddy prepares to go ahead with IPO

Several women attorneys are playing key roles in making sure the company is attractive to stockholders as GoDaddy prepares to go public:

Nima Kelly, executive vice president and general counsel of GoDaddy

In its earlier days, Internet hosting and web domain company GoDaddy Inc. raised its profile with ads featuring attractive women. Now, several women attorneys are playing key roles in making sure the company is attractive to stockholders as GoDaddy prepares to go public: Nima Kelly serves as the company’s executive vice president and general counsel; Allison B. Spinner, a partner at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, is on the team representing GoDaddy; and Davis Polk & Wardwell Partner Sarah K. Solum is helping to represent the underwriters.

The Scottsdale, Ariz.-based company has preliminarily filed to raise $100 million.

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Amy I. Stickel has extensive experience covering the legal, financial and pharmaceutical industries as a writer and editor. A past managing editor of Corporate Legal Times and...

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