I’m an Emerging Companies partner at Egan Nelson representing technology companies and entrepreneurs.
I lead the firm’s New York office and focus on working closely with startups at all stages of a company’s lifecycle, from formation and early growth advising to angel and venture capital financings to mergers and acquisitions. I have helped clients close hundreds of millions of dollars in venture financings and M&A deals. While many of our companies are in the New York area, we have clients nationwide.
Egan Nelson is a top-tier corporate & commercial boutique law firm focused on providing emerging companies access to world class counsel, without the inefficiencies and inertia of large, traditional law firms. I’ve worked at those firms, too. At Egan Nelson, we don’t represent tech VCs funds or angels. We are company counsel: clients don’t have to worry about conflicts of interest that come with also representing tech VCs. But I draw on years of experience in more traditional global law firms representing leading venture funds and private equity firms in connection with investments.
I am a native New Yorker and I’ve been named a Super Lawyers New York Metro Rising Star each of the last four years. I have guest lectured at the University of Michigan Law School’s Entrepreneurship Clinic, and I’m a member of the Brooklyn Law School GOLD Director’s Council.
Brooklyn Law School, J.D. 2010, Brooklyn Law Review, Moot Court Honor Society
Washington University in St. Louis, B.S.B.A 2002
I’m a Tech & VC Fellow in Egan Nelson’s Emerging Technology & Venture Capital and Commercial & Technology Transactions groups. I work with the firm’s attorneys and partners on formations, angel and venture capital financings, acquisitions, complex commercial and corporate transactions.
While in law school, I served as the Managing Executive Editor of the Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property and received the Lowden-Wigmore Prize for Legal Scholarship.
Northwestern University School of Law, J.D.
Arizona State University (B.S., Summa Cum Laude), Barrett, The Honors College
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