Mr. Hahami concentrates his practice on mergers and acquisitions, venture capital and private equity transactions, securities law matters, corporate finance (including venture lending), strategic alliances and joint venture transactions, technology licensing and development, and related general corporate and intellectual property matters. He provides legal services to both domestic and foreign clients, including institutional investors and funds, high net worth individuals, and public and private companies, as well as many startups, emerging businesses, founders and entrepreneurs. His expertise includes representation of companies in industries such as:
Mr. Hahami has significant experience representing numerous foreign-based (including Israeli, European, Canadian and South American) and U.S.-based start-up technology companies and founders with U.S. legal matters, as well as in entering and expanding into the U.S. marketplace. He has most recently assisted in structuring transactions where founders and their companies have had significant strategic exits. Mr. Hahami often acts as outside general counsel to his clients overseeing many aspects of legal work from day-to-day general corporate, to corporate finance and acquisitions.
On the technology front, Mr. Hahami collaborates with the NYC Chapter of Access Silicon Valley hosted at Phillips Lytle. He also assists in hosting the Communitech NYC landing pad for Canadian tech companies that wish to expand operations into the U.S. For the last several years, Mr. Hahami has mentored numerous founders and their companies as part of the 43North Business Plan Competition as they seek to form and structure their startups, raise venture capital and finance operations, hire employees, grow and protect their intellectual property, and otherwise increase valuations.
In addition to his venture capital, mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance and securities practice in the tech industry, Mr. Hahami has considerable mergers and acquisitions experience representing entrepreneurs and principals of insurance and wealth management agencies in succession planning and capitalizing their businesses.
Mergers & Acquisitions – Telecom, Tower, Fiber Network, WiFi, DAS:
Mergers & Acquisitions – Technology, SaaS Platform, Mobile Commerce, Digital and Social Media, Health Services, Telecom:
Mergers & Acquisitions – Insurance Agency and Wealth Management Businesses:
Venture Capital/ Private Equity/ Private Placements:
Venture Lending/ Venture Debt:
General Corporate and Intellectual Property: