Hi-Tech Start Up Completes Offering in Multi-Tiered Limited Liability Company with Multi-National Participation
Frederick J. Berger has announced that he has completed the first tier of start up capital for a Hi-Tech Business that is at the cutting edge of technology applicable to college and university campuses across the United States. “The intellectual property will have international applications as well and we look forward to filing the patents to protect the technology as well…” according to Frederick J. Berger, who represents start up companies and offers guidance and counseling for raising capital and structuring business organizations. Frederick J. Berger has always stated that “the best job a lawyer can do for a start up business is to get the funding closed as planned and on a timely basis with no legal hassles”.
Since joining the firm in 1976, Frederick J. Berger has built a strong practice in the areas of Business Law, Closely Held Businesses, Mergers and Acquisitions, Communications and Media, Hospitality Law, Hotel Development and Franchise Transactions, Licensing Transactions, Contract Law, Governmental Affairs and Regulations, Municipal Law, Real Estate Transactions, Complex Tax Free Exchanges and Strategies dealing with Disregarded Entities and valuations of fee and leasehold interests, Real Property Leases, Land Development, Zoning Law, Entertainment Law and Offensive/Defensive Business Strategies in land use, legislation and government regulated industries. Fred’s practice centers on the representation of businesses and lenders in general business, employment agreements, non-competition agreements and real estate transactions, as well as commercial lending transactions. Fred’s clients range from start up businesses and middle market companies to Fortune 100 corporations. Fred also represents creditors in lending, workout and foreclosure situations.
Fred has lectured extensively on issues related to environmental law, real estate, mergers and acquisitions and family succession planning, and he has also been involved in the drafting of pollution control ordinances for St. Louis County and has testified before the Missouri Department of Natural Resources regarding the promulgation of rules and regulations for pollution control. Over the course of his career, Fred has successfully closed over $1 Billion dollars in Mergers and Acquisitions, and his representation of real estate developers throughout the United States in commercial real estate transactions involving business centers, hotels and independent and assisted living centers, in total, exceeds of $500 Million dollars in development costs. Fred has been named by the Continental Who’s Who Registry of National Business Leaders, and the St. Louis County Municipal League.