Represented a healthcare technology company in its strategic sale to a large international conglomerate for cash consideration in excess of $140 million.
Represented a publicly traded medical device company in connection with its merger with another public medical device company, resulting in a combined public company with an initial market capitalization of approximately $50 million.
Represented an ecommerce consulting and technology company in its sale to a private equity platform company for cash, earn out and equity consideration totaling approximately $30 million.
Represented a transportation and logistics company in the oil and gas industry in connection with its approximately $19 million acquisition of a majority interest in a privately-held transportation and logistics company (with an option to buy-out the remaining interest based on performance metrics).
Represented a SaaS software company in its strategic sale to an international company for cash and earn out consideration of approximately $8 million.
Represented the CEO of a staffing company in the buyout of his interest by the company with a value in excess of $8 million.
Represented a software company in the energy industry in connection with its Series C Financing for $25MM. The transaction included the conversion of convertible debt by a strategic investor.
Represented a technology company in the logistics industry in connection with its series seed financing, follow-on seed financing, and multiple rounds of Series A equity financings.
Represented a medical device company in connection with its $2 million offering of Series C Preferred Stock.
Represented a local fin tech company in connection with its $1.75 million offering of convertible notes.
Represented a biotech company in connection with the company’s bridge note financing of $1 million.
Advised a private client in the client’s investment in a technology-driven real estate brokerage firm.
Represented a U.S. software company in organizing and subsequently dismantling an international consortium consisting of American, Dutch, German, and South Korean companies to deliver software, hardware and services for port security for approximately $30 million.
Represented technology companies in the logistics, healthcare, banking, telecom, shipping, entertainment, software development and other industries in hundreds of domestic and international software licensing, reseller and distribution transactions, including outsourced development deals.