Michael Fulks is a transactional and corporate attorney, focusing his practice on advising entrepreneurs and investors in venture capital and private equity financings and mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Fulks regularly represents startups and other emerging growth companies at all stages of their lifecycle, including formation, financing, and restructuring matters as well as day-to-day operational matters such as employment and consulting agreements and incentive compensation for service providers. In addition, Mr. Fulks devotes a significant portion of his practice to advising private investment funds (including venture capital funds, private equity funds, and hedge funds) on fund formation and general operational matters, as well as representing private funds and other strategic investors in the negotiation and structuring of their portfolio investments.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Fulks worked as an associate in the Charleston, West Virginia office of a national law firm in its Tax and Commercial Law Practice Groups where his practice included corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, and income and corporate tax law.
While attending law school, Mr. Fulks served as a Staff Member and Executive Editor of the Georgetown International Environmental Law Review and also worked as a research assistant. While attending Washington and Lee University, Mr. Fulks was a recipient of the Mahan Award for Creative Writing.
Georgetown University Law Center, LL.M., Taxation (2013)
Georgetown University Law Center, J.D. (2012)
Washington & Lee University, B.A., English Literature (2008) cum laude
North Carolina (2016)
West Virginia (2012)
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Piedmont Triad Chapter, Board of Directors and Executive Committee Member
Center for Creative Economy, Board of Directors
Episcopal High School, Alexandria, Virginia, Advisory Council Member and Roll Call Class Chair
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