Emerging Companies Trailblazers
Disruption is driving tremendous change in virtually every industry in the modern economy. Kilpatrick Townsend has a long history of working with game changers in a wide range of sectors, including biotechnology, medical device, software, and energy. We respond quickly and effectively to emerging companies’ legal and business imperatives.
Soup To Nuts
Our attorneys assist throughout the business lifecycle, from the initial protection of ideas through corporate formation, venture finance, product development, partnerships, mergers and acquisitions, securities registrations and filings, and employee recruiting and retention. Our attorneys frequently serve as outside general counsel to rapidly-growing companies, providing advice to boards of directors and senior management on corporate governance, joint ventures, and strategic transactions.
A Strong Start
Our team provides advice that combines legal experience with a fundamental understanding of the challenges posed by startups, providing the solid footing needed to raise capital, attract and keep the best talent, protect assets, and maintain strong partnerships and supply chains. Within our ranks, you’ll find M&A and intellectual property attorneys, licensing specialists, and professionals holding Ph.D.s in science and technology. The firm has offices in cities with key technology markets across the country.
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