Technology Companies & Startups: Technology companies require business lawyers that know how to protect valuable intellectual property. We have served as business lawyers with companies from idea through IPO.
Crowdfunding Law: We have a specific focus on the nascent crowdfunding industry and laws impacting this industry both in the U.S. and abroad. We represent crowdfunding portals and companies interested in raising capital through crowdfunding. Corridor Legal has been at the forefront of the crowdfunding movement. Our principals have been vocal advocates of the need to unlock investment capital through updates to U.S. securities laws that take account of modern technologies and social media networks. We have been advisors and founders of crowdfunding platforms, companies seeking crowdfunded financing and key participants in the crowdfunding industry and we understand the legal and operational issues associated with this new industry.
Clean Energy and Sustainability: Our principals have closed over $1 billion in clean energy and sustainability based capital transactions. We understand how to structure businesses and projects for obtaining investment capital, debt financing, government guaranteed loans and tax credit financing. Florida business laws and regulations relating to clean energy production tend to be more burdensome for clean energy and distributed energy projects. Knowing these challenges can be a key component of due diligence.
Estates and Trusts & Succession Planning: As Florida business lawyers with many years of representing small and family owned businesses, we understand the need for sophisticated wealth and succession planning. Our tax and estate planning backgrounds give us the necessary tools for comprehensive private wealth representation.
Social Enterprises: We have been significant supporters of the trend toward establishing companies with a principal mission of addressing one or more social issues or problems. We have been founders ourselves of several social enterprises and we understand the legal issues necessary to establish form of social enterprises as both for-profit, non-profit and combinations of the two in order to achieve double and triple bottom line goals.
University Spin-Outs: We have a length history of negotiating and securing licensed rights to university-based inventions. We understand structures preferred by university technology transfer offices as well as market terms for these niche transactions.
Business Disputes, Insolvency and Work-outs: When businesses or partnerships go badly or trouble arises, we pride ourselves on creating innovative solutions and aggressively enforcing our clients’ rights. Having built and operated our own businesses, we bring broad perspective and keen understanding that exceeds simple contracts and statutes.