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Upon graduation, Alyse practiced corporate law for a major wireless retail...
Aaron J. Tracy, Esq., LL.M., Graduated from the University of South Florida in 1996 with a B.A. in accounting. After working for several years within the accounting...
Since graduating from Loyola, she worked as a Deputy Public Defender in Ventura County for 3 years. In the 3 years she was there, Bailey took more cases to trial than anyone else in the public defender’s office. (Todd Means tried the second-most cases in those 3 years). Though she’s an aggressive and experienced...
Results orientated, decisive leader with proven success advising early market entrants, tech adapters and the undercapitalized. Successful track record co-founding mobile ventures, building & leading cross-functional teams and spearheading diverse corporate transactions. Attack-first personality excelling in dynamic, demanding environments.
Expertise includes: Fund Formation, Initial Coin Offerings, Security Token Offerings, Initial Public Offerings, Reverse Mergers, Complex Commercial Litigation, Capital Markets, Bankruptcy & Restructuring, Intellectual Property Enhancement &...
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