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Andrea Lee Security Lawyer for New York, NY

Andrea Lee is an attorney at law with over seven years of experience. She primarily specializes in providing legal assistance to startup companies, entrepreneurs and small businesses. Andrea is licensed to practice law in New York and New Jersey. She obtained her legal degree from the New York Law School. Andrea is skilled in drafting, negotiating and reviewing commercial contracts. She is currently a managing attorney at Lee Dantzler LLP.
15 reviews

Gary Ross Security Lawyer for New York, NY

Gary J. Ross founded Jackson Ross PLLC, a firm of five lawyers, in 2013. A business law attorney, Gary’s background is in legal and compliance with a focus on investors, startups, and VC private equity funds. Though he feels confident that he can resolve your legal matters because of his wealth of experience, he also has an established network of attorneys he can reach out to.
14 reviews

Eric Goldman Security Lawyer for New York, NY

For over 20 years, Eric has provided legal services to Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony award-winning talent in addition to technology and internet entrepreneurs. His clients thrive in careers that transcend the employer-employee model of wealth creation. In order to help his clients better transition in an innovation economy, he has expanded his services to include mediation and coaching.
12 reviews

Patricia Yak Security Lawyer for New York, NY

Patricia Yak specializes in security law and has over 30 years of experience in dealing with transactional, e-commerce and regulatory legal issues. She is licensed to practice law in New York and Connecticut. Patricia has represented CreditSuisse, Nomura Securities and the Royal Bank of Scotland. She is currently the deputy general counsel at Ahmherst Pierpont Securities. Patricia also gained experience while she was the director at Credit Suisse between 2002 and 2009.
9 reviews

Baruch Gottesman Security Lawyer for New York, NY

Baruch Gottesman is a corporate attorney with over a decade of experience. He is licensed to practice law in both New Jersey and New York. Baruch obtained his J.D. degree in law from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University. He is skilled in providing legal assistance to startup companies, with exceptional experience in drafting, negotiating and reviewing commercial contracts. Baruch founded his own law firm in January 2010.
9 reviews

Neil Gandhi Security Lawyer for New York, NY

Neil Ghandhi has 12 years of experience as a corporate attorney. He is licensed to practice law in both New York and New Jersey. Neil received his legal degree from the Fordham University School of Law. Neil is experienced in securities and finances, and often assists startup companies overcome legal obstacles. He has been the chief legal officer at ComicsVerse.com since December 2015, as well as the managing attorney at his own legal office since January 2014.
8 reviews

Spencer Wolff Security Lawyer for New York, NY

A graduate of Yale, Spencer Wolff has experience in corporate and business law specifically around helping new businesses and startups with legal issues. Additionally, he has experience in media and art law, corporate structuring, and commercial contracts. Spencer is also a well-traveled, worldly individual from studying and teaching in Paris. He also has the ability to speak four different languages.
6 reviews

Ted Amley Security Lawyer for New York, NY

Ted is the Vice President & Assistant General Counsel for the Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation. His work is guided by his core values of competence and honesty. After finishing at Yale Law School, Ted worked as an Associate for Thacher Proffitt & Wood LLP and later as an attorney for SNR Denton. He is committed to advocating effectively for his clients.
5 reviews

Bill Goode Security Lawyer for New York, NY

Bill Goode is an attorney at law with 17 years’ experience. He is licensed to practice law in New York and holds a Juris Doctor degree in law, which he obtained from the University of Richmond, TC Williams School of Law. Bill has represented numerous corporate clients, including Mangano Plumbing, Arrow Security and Allied All City Inc. He has been serving as a counselor at the Zimmet Law Group since May 2017.
4 reviews

Cliff Schneider Security Lawyer for New York, NY

Cliff Schneider is a business attorney with extensive experience in internet and e-commerce law. He also assists companies and entrepreneurs in cases related to real estate law and corporate law. Cliff is licensed to provide legal services in New Jersey and in New York. He has more than 14 years’ experience. Cliff has been operating as a managing partner at Cohen Schneider & O’Neill LLP for the past decade. Prior to this position, he was an associate general counsel at an educational company.
4 reviews
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New York, NY
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"I recently built and tested a prototype and have investors who are looking to help my business grow and develop. I am incorporated as an LLC, but would like to actually issue shares in a way that would not prevent me from public issuance on the market."
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My company is taking on an investment
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No - this will be our first round of funding
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"Equity Financing Services"
New York, NY
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"We are a startup that is taking its first investment from a couple different investors. We have already agreed to the terms / valuation (we have the term sheet) and would like to draft a subscription agreement. We are also looking for creating an operating agreement for the company."
Are you investing in a company or is your company taking on an investment?
My company is taking on an investment
Has your company previously taken on an investment?
No - this will be our first round of funding
Proposals Received
9
Average Price
$640 - $960
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