Thursday, July 16, 2020

Melvin White

Berliner, Corcoran & Rowe, LLP's corporate practice provides comprehensive advice and representation to individuals and entities organized in the United States and abroad, in connection with their business and investment activities. BCR's corporate clients span all phases of development, from seed stage start-up ventures to mature corporations, and are based around the globe.

BCR provides advice regarding general corporate transactional and commercial matters (including both complex and straightforward business transactions, mergers and acquisitions, equity and debt financing, corporate restructuring and recapitalization, and acquisition and disposition of assets), protection and exploitation of intellectual property, real estate issues, and employment matters. BCR also provides advice to corporate directors on governance matters to help them understand and fulfill their fiduciary duties. BCR advises not-for-profit and tax-exempt entities on general corporate matters, as well as with regard to regulatory and compliance issues.

BCR's corporate clients operate in a broad range of industries, including software development, technology product development and manufacturing, government contracting, publishing, food and beverages, education, alternative energy, “green” products development, architecture, real estate investment and development, life settlement and other domestic and overseas investment funds, public charities, professional and trade associations, and health sciences manufacturing.

Representative transactional matters include:

  • Represented a privately held thermoplastic advanced composite parts manufacturing company in a convertible preferred stock and convertible debt offering;
  • Served as local counsel to a realty trust in an offering of 5,750,000 common shares;
  • Represented a major Philippine telecommunications company in an international investment and satellite transponder lease transaction;
  • Represented a real estate investment firm (and affiliated management company) in the financing and acquisition of the xxx and xxx;
  • Represented a public charity in its formation and qualification for tax exemption under IRC 501(c)(3)
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