Williams Business Law, LLC assists its clients with every aspect of the corporate lifecycle, from pre-planning, formation, operations, and growth, all the way through exit. Among other things, Williams Business Law helps individuals and companies with structuring their business and forming entities, negotiating and drafting organizational documents, general contract negotiation and drafting, raising money, and acquisitions and sales. Mike’s training and experience in securities law, which can be rather complex, sets him apart from traditional corporate attorneys that have little to no genuine securities experience. He helps clients conceptualize different capital raising strategies and techniques, while ensuring compliance with the various securities laws. In addition, Mike has led numerous clients through successful acquisitions and exits, negotiating and executing on both simple and complex sell-side and buy-side transactions.
The services provided by Williams Business Law include, but are not limited to: assisting with the pre-planning, structuring, formation and governance of all types of legal entities; capital raising of all sizes and nature, with an emphasis on private placement and Regulation A+ offerings; negotiating a variety of business contracts and agreements; mergers and acquisitions (both buy-side and sell-side, and equity and asset deals), and the structuring of simple and complex transactions; and real estate transactions, with an emphasis on real estate funds. Mike also has experience drafting offering documents and related agreements for public and private REITs, and the regulations associated therewith.
More recently, in the last four years Mike has been staying at the forefront of the evolving legal landscape connected to the cannabis industry, at the federal, state and municipal level. The firm’s focus is on the corporate and regulatory components of the emerging medical marijuana and marijuana-derived CBD (cannabidiol) oil industries. This includes helping clients navigate state and municipal licensing, corporate structuring and formation, real estate, various tax implications, and raising capital.