Herrick Represents Cardax Pharma In Reverse Merger With Koffee Korner Inc.
New York, NY, March 3, 2014 – Herrick, Feinstein LLP is pleased to have represented Cardax Pharma, Inc., a development stage life sciences company, in its successful reverse merger with OTCBB-traded Koffee Korner Inc. In connection with the transaction, which closed on February 7, 2014, Koffee Korner Inc. changed its name to Cardax, Inc. and changed its trading symbol to "CDXI".
The Herrick deal team advising Cardax was led by partner Louis Tuchman along with Liliana Chang.
"We turned to Herrick's Corporate Department because of their practical, business-minded approach for middle-market companies," said David G. Watumull, President and Chief Executive Officer of Cardax. "They provided us with efficient solutions that helped us successfully reach our goals of raising capital and going public through this alternative IPO structure" said Nicholas Mitsakos, Executive Chairman of Cardax.
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