Corporate

Practices

 

Corporate.

After you graduate from your infancy to your adolescent corporate self, we will guide you through issues such as franchising, hiring employees, licensing, and bringing in new capital that are particular to the technology, media, and design industries. As you grow from your adolescent to your adult corporate self, we will seek to keep you away from the gazing and expensive eyes of the Securities Exchange Commission. To do that, we keep your capital raising efforts in the technology, media, and/or design industries within application exceptions, including the private placement exception, Regulation D exceptions, and accredited investor exception. That way, you can grow without worrying about complying with expensive and tedious SEC rules that may hinder your capital raising effort

We regularly advise clients on such matters as:

  • Corporate structuring and governance
  • Venture capital financing
  • Board composition, procedures, and election contests
  • Committee compensation and procedures
  • Best practices for boards, committees, and officers
  • Special Committee formation and execution
  • Crisis management
  • State and federal securities laws (including complex disclosure requirements) and stock exchange requirements
  • Restatements and internal control
  • Shareholder and market communications
  • Shareholder activism
  • Privacy and data security
  • Public equity transactions
  • Debt finance
  • Employee benefits and compensation
  • Technology transactions
  • Employment law