Emerging Companies

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For over a century, Briggs and Morgan has worked with emerging companies to help them achieve growth and success from their earliest stages. Our attorneys understand the business and legal challenges facing emerging companies, including the fundamental challenge of addressing a wide range of business and legal issues with limited resources. We guide emerging companies when they need to raise capital, attract and retain talented employees and management, negotiate and memorialize contracts and arrangements with third parties, protect intellectual property, resolve disputes, and ultimately realize a liquidity event, whether through sale, public offering, private equity investment, or otherwise. 

We help clients turn their ideas into reality, accompanying them every step of the way. We work as a team and draw upon the firm's extensive resources to efficiently handle the range of complex issues faced by emerging companies including tax, finance, labor and employment, intellectual property, securities, real estate, environmental, and business disputes and litigation.

We have collaborated with entrepreneurs in the founding, development, financing, and sale of new ventures in a wide variety of industries, including:

  • Medical device and technology
  • Information technology
  • Internet and e-commerce
  • Hardware and software technology
  • Health care
  • Transportation
  • Financial services
  • Energy
  • Real estate
  • Manufacturing
  • Food and beverage/Agriculture

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