We help startups from launch to exit, to plan and build a resilient enterprise that can grow and weather any storm.
Our emerging corporate clients receive a full spectrum of corporate counsel. Our unique approach to startup company law ensures that our elite group of startup clients work with a dedicated, early-stage attorney, rather than competing with large transactions for their attorney’s attention.
Emerging technology clients choose The Gohari Legal Group because they need top-tier counsel, but cannot wait days for that counsel to respond to emails.
Our integration of leading-edge technology, a lower overhead platform, and a broad international network of attorneys ensures the delivery of full service, efficient legal counsel that is scaled appropriately to each client. The Gohari Legal Group’s network of attorneys connects clients to every legal specialty needed in their business cycle: from technology transactions and SaaS to patents and trademarks to niche specialties like open source and data privacy. We are able to impartially connect clients with attorneys that are the best fit for their needs and budget, whether it be at a large firm, boutique, or solo practice.
From formation and seed financing, through strategic technology partnerships and joint ventures, to high-stakes exit transactions, The Gohari Legal Group’s flexible, scalable model has redefined the delivery of “full service” law in the emerging technology space.
Angel & Venture Capital
In order to address the capital needs of our clients enjoying expansion, we provide assistance in negotiating and obtaining bank financing. Additionally, we aid our clients in working with venture capital firms and angel investors, as well as establishing joint ventures and making private placement offerings. We assist our clients in key aspects of financial transactions, such as retaining control over company management, limiting liability with respect to personal guarantees, requiring disclosure of critical information, and maintaining confidential information.
The firm represents borrowers and lenders, including banks, individuals and other financial institutions, in connection with various types of financing transactions, including security agreements, construction and real estate financing, credit-based lending, term loans, and lines of credit, private placements, seed, angel, and venture capital, and project finance.