For nearly 30 years, he has dedicated his energy to representing entrepreneurs and investors in venture-backed and pre-venture businesses. He works with companies from inception through exits that typically involve complex merger and acquisition transactions. David’s clients range from local start-up companies to multinational businesses, investors and entrepreneurs around the world that are active buying, selling and financing companies.
Building on his core expertise in the technology sector, corporate and venture finance, as well as mergers and acquisitions, David has grown to be a trusted legal advisor. He helps a diverse array of leading entrepreneurs and investors in Boston, New York and throughout the United States, Europe, Asia and Latin America tackle their day-to-day business challenges. Although his practice includes many middle market companies, he continues to advise start-up entrepreneurs as they form and finance their companies.
Some of the highlights of David’s more recent practice include representing:
David spent five years as a corporate associate at Cravath, Swaine & Moore in New York City, where, among other engagements, he represented Time Incorporated in connection with its historic merger with Warner Communications and specialized in mergers and acquisitions and securities transactions. In 1992, David joined Foley, Hoag & Eliot LLP, where he served as a partner until he resigned from his partnership to form an internet start-up in 2000. After selling his company, he realized that entrepreneurs needed an alternative to large corporate law firms to obtain top-quality legal services and formed The Feinberg Law Group, now Feinberg Hanson, to help energize start-ups and entrepreneurial businesses.