Employment Transitions

  • Exit Strategies
  • Employment Contracts
  • Restrictive Covenants
  • TROs and Injunctions


Corporate Counsel

  • Entity Formation, Organization, and Structuring
  • Governance
  • Contractual Relations
  • Employment Relations
  • Succession Planning and Transition Strategies


Business Transactions

  • Business Combinations and Reorganizations
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Financing
  • Real Estate

Intellectual Property

  • Trademark Registration
  • Trademark Monitoring
  • Dispute Resolution


Investment Advisor and Broker-Dealer Compliance

  • Registration and Regulatory Filings
  • Client Agreements
  • ERISA and Fiduciary Responsibilities
  • Service Provider Contracts
  • Policies and Procedures
  • Regulatory Examinations

We help start-ups and breakaway brokers confidently navigate a host of complex issues, from business and commercial to employment transition to securities regulations.


Growing and maturing advisers face unique challenges. We help our clients navigate those arduous and time-consuming legal issues, so they can focus on growing a profitable business.


Whether starting a new venture, managing an established firm, or exploring the acquisition or sale of your business, we provide driven entrepreneurs with the business insight and legal counsel essential to advancing their business interests.


Employees of brokerage firms, banks, and trust companies need guidance when planning a transition to another firm or independence. In short, we help these securities personnel envision, plan, and implement a successful transition.


We represent all types of private funds, including hedge funds, real estate funds, private equity funds, and venture funds. From concept to the formation, we work closely with fund managers to determine the optimal structure.


We have represented some of the nation’s leading financial institutions – from independent investment advisers and broker-dealers to RIA custodians to family offices – with some of their most challenging legal issues.