Whether it's a complex corporate governance issue or a future M&A or other transaction, HFK Law partners have experience in shepherding both the start-up and the Fortune 500 clients through complex transactional matters as outside general counsel to these businesses. HFK Law partners Mike Halloran and Mark Hobson have helped to counsel both new and experienced business leaders through the most complex matters. We can guide you through the complexities of corporate finance, board responsibilities, and securities law requirements, and help to paper the deal correctly and efficiently.
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HFK Law attorneys have served as first-chair litigation attorneys on high stakes corporate and complex litigation matters. HFK Law partners Ted Kittila and Jay McMillan, and counsel Bill Green practice before the Delaware Court of Chancery, the Delaware Supreme Court, the Delaware Superior Court, as well as the Federal Court in the District of Delaware and other courts nationally, handling issues as varied as fiduciary disputes, derivative litigation, contract disputes, and receivership litigation.
HFK Law partner Peter Farkas has regularly represented clients in high stakes intellectual property disputes, both nationally and internationally. HFK Law partner Mark Hobson has experience in trademarks, service marks, technology transfer arrangements, and SaaS agreements. HFK Law attorneys regularly appear in other U.S. jurisdictions through local counsel and serve as Delaware counsel in patent litigation in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware. HFK Law regularly advises start-ups with respect to their intellectual property concerns.
With regulatory concerns being a critical and necessary component of daily business life, HFK Law is well positioned to service its clients before federal regulatory bodies through its D.C. office. HFK Law partner Peter Farkas has vast experience before the International Trade Commission (Section 337 Proceedings), and antitrust experience as a former attorney with the DOJ's antitrust division. Mike Halloran is the former Counselor to the Chairman and Deputy Chief of Staff of the Securities and Exchange Commission and, as a former General Counsel of Bank of America, has extensive financial institution and securities regulatory experience. Linda Lerner in New York is very experienced in regulatory matters related to broker-dealers, FinTech and digital assets. Cassondra Joseph in New York is deeply experienced in investment funds, investment advisor and broker-dealer regulations and in FinTech and digital assets matters. Duff Jordan, also in New York, has a wide variety of financial institution and cross-border regulatory experience. Finally, Bill Green is a former Delaware Deputy Attorney General with nearly a decade of experience in securities enforcement, regulatory investigations, and administrative hearings before regulatory agencies.