Investors want to find deals and close them. Companies need capital to keep moving their businesses forward. Both seek opportunities to connect with each other. Once they match their interests, they need experienced legal counsel who possess strong business acumen, who work cooperatively to get deals done, and who share their driving desire to close deals quickly and efficiently.
Attorneys in Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr’s Venture Capital Practice structure innovative, tax-advantaged deals for early stage minority investments for:
- Startups and later-stage companies in diverse industries, including software, IT, computer hardware, biotechnology, medical device, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, environmental and energy
- Venture funds
- Angel groups and super-angels
- Individual investors
- Family offices
- State agencies and other sources of regional funding
We are adept at helping clients navigate complex legal issues inherent in venture capital transactions, such as state and federal regulations; taxation regulations; and varying classes of investors, investment types and payout structures.
Our Venture Capital team regularly collaborates with attorneys in complementary practices—such as Tax, Securities, and Mergers and Acquisitions—when related matters arise to provide our clients with streamlined support.
The group includes attorneys who have received the following recognition: