Business Investments

The Offices work with small and mid-size businesses who are taking on new equity investors as well as individuals and institutions making investments in small and mid-sized businesses.  Common stock, preferred interests, convertible interests, tracking stock, phantom appreciation rights, options, warrants, rights of first refusal, tag along/drag along rights, voting proxy agreements—all of these variations can be used to find the right economic fit between a growing business and a new capital source.

We work on all stages, from early discussions through negotiation and drafting of subscription agreements and amended and restated operating agreements (or other formative corporate documents), as well as redemption and sale agreements when investment capital changes are appropriate to the changing needs of the business and/or changing investment profile of the capital source.