Capital raises for businesses

Navigating the world of securities and investing is an important process for companies ready to take their business through the next growth phase. Whether its seed funding for a start-up or the next round of financing for an established and growing privately held business, it is critical to seek counsel from experienced securities attorneys throughout the process.

Our attorneys at Sustainable Law Group can help you successfully find the balance between safeguarding your company and vision all while satisfying the needs of potential investors. Whether you are just starting your company or you have plans of expansion, we can guide you through the process from start to finish.

We offer businesses the following investment related services:

  • Negotiating and collaborating with investors to ensure mutual satisfaction between the business and investor;
  • Drafting and finalizing investing instruments and contracts;
  • Crowdfunding and direct public offerings through regulation A+ and the California intrastate exemption;
  • SEC and California department of business oversight regulatory compliance; and
  • Advising on mergers, acquisitions and entity conversions.

Impact based investing and other socially-driven opportunities

With our long-time commitment to purpose driven enterprise, it’s no surprise that we specialize in providing legal counsel to our business and investor clients.Β  We represent businesses who are seeking investment from impact investors and investors who are seeking to invest in privately held purpose-driven businesses through Impact Based Investments (“IBI”) and Social Enterprise Investing (“SEI”).

Each purpose-driven investment model grants both the entrepreneur and investor an opportunity to capitalize on projects that directly benefit the community, the environment and society as whole. During the impact investment process, we counsel and represent our clients through the process of investing in privately held enterprises with added care and attention to the specific needs and goals of the impact business – whether it is a social enterprise, benefit corporation, L3C, or other model.