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Corporate and Securities
Technology Law Group's Corporate and Securities practice covers the full range of general business law matters and ongoing operational issues. Our goal is to ensure our clients are represented through every phase of business. Our attorneys bring a business-oriented, multi-disciplinary approach to negotiating and closing transactions and acting as private general counsel in all stages of a business' development.

Our corporate and securities attorneys typically develop long-term, consultative relationships with clients to develop creative and innovative business solutions. Recognizing that clients want representation from counsel who understand their business, our attorneys spend extra time and effort acquiring a comprehensive understanding of the client's business philosophy and goals. This not only enables us to attend to a client's current legal needs, but also to prepare pro-actively for future growth and activity.

We assist clients by providing a wide range of quality legal services, including:
  • Financings, including early and later round angel and venture capital investment, debt financing and public offerings;
  • Mergers, acquisitions, reorganizations, restructurings and divestitures;
  • SEC matters, including accounting and disclosure issues and securities reporting compliance;
  • Selection and formation of business entities: incorporations, limited liability companies and partnerships;
  • Complex capital structures, including multiple classes of stock, warrants and options and convertible debt instruments;
  • Corporate governance;
  • Operating agreements;
  • Employment and consulting agreements;
  • Equity participation incentives and option plans;
  • Asset and stock purchases and sales;
  • Strategic alliances and joint ventures;
  • Antitrust counseling;
  • General corporate counseling;
  • Secured transactions;
  • Internet and e-commerce transactions;
  • OEM agreements;
  • Management buy-ins and buy-outs;
  • Complex commercial transactions;
  • Exit strategy planning, including buy/sell agreements; and
  • Wind-ups and dissolutions.