PRACTICE GROUPS:

  • Corporate and Securities (Chair)

  • Mergers and Acquisitions (Chair)

  • Intellectual Property 

  • Investment Services

  • Financial Institutions

Adam M. Slipakoff, Esq.
MANAGING PARTNER

Mr. Slipakoff’s principal areas of concentration include venture capital, corporate transactions and mergers and acquisitions. As a corporate attorney and entrepreneur, he has launched several thriving law firms and businesses.  Adam co-founded Alder Somerset II, LLC, a $20 million real estate fund, Iron Age Office, LLC, a custom office furniture boutique and Modern Law, LLC, a marketing and CRM solution for lawyers.

From 2004-2019, Mr. Slipakoff co-founded three law firms in Atlanta where he headed the corporate law departments:

From 1999–2004 Mr. Slipakoff served as senior corporate associate at BryanCave, LLP.  BryanCave LLP is a leading business and litigation firm with more than 1,000 attorneys in 24 worldwide offices including the United States, Europe and Asia. www.bryancave.com.

From 2004–2008, Mr. Slipakoff co-founded Taylor, Busch, Slipakoff & Duma, LLP, now Taylor English, LLP, a thriving mid-sized firm in Atlanta with over 150 lawyers.

From 2008–2014, Mr. Slipakoff was a founding member of Busch, Slipakoff & Schuh, LLP and headed the firm’s Corporate Transactions practice group. The firm had approximately 50 attorneys and four offices.

EDUCATION:

  • University Of Florida, J.D., 1999

  • University Of Florida, MBA, 1999 with honors

  • University of Florida, B.S., 1995, Business Administration

  • Georgia

In the legal community, he is active in the Real Estate Sections of The Florida Bar and the State Bar of Georgia and a member of the Florida Bankers Association. He is also a member of the National Association of Development Companies and previously served on the Jacksonville University Alumni Board of Governors.

Adam M. Slipakoff, Esq.
MANAGING PARTNER

Mr. Slipakoff’s principal areas of concentration include venture capital, corporate transactions and mergers and acquisitions. As a corporate attorney and entrepreneur, he has launched several thriving law firms and businesses.  Adam co-founded Alder Somerset II, LLC, a $20 million real estate fund, Iron Age Office, LLC, a custom office furniture boutique and Modern Law, LLC, a marketing and CRM solution for lawyers.

From 2004-2019, Mr. Slipakoff co-founded three law firms in Atlanta where he headed the corporate law departments:

From 1999–2004 Mr. Slipakoff served as senior corporate associate at BryanCave, LLP.  BryanCave LLP is a leading business and litigation firm with more than 1,000 attorneys in 24 worldwide offices including the United States, Europe and Asia. www.bryancave.com.

From 2004–2008, Mr. Slipakoff co-founded Taylor, Busch, Slipakoff & Duma, LLP, now Taylor English, LLP, a thriving mid-sized firm in Atlanta with over 150 lawyers.

From 2008–2014, Mr. Slipakoff was a founding member of Busch, Slipakoff & Schuh, LLP and headed the firm’s Corporate Transactions practice group. The firm had approximately 50 attorneys and four offices.

PRACTICE GROUPS:

  • Corporate and Securities (Chair)

  • Mergers and Acquisitions (Chair)

  • Intellectual Property 

  • Investment Services

  • Financial Institutions

EDUCATION:

  • University Of Florida, J.D., 1999

  • University Of Florida, MBA, 1999 with honors

  • University of Florida, B.S., 1995, Business Administration

  • Georgia

In the legal community, he is active in the Real Estate Sections of The Florida Bar and the State Bar of Georgia and a member of the Florida Bankers Association. He is also a member of the National Association of Development Companies and previously served on the Jacksonville University Alumni Board of Governors.

Our corporate counsel services include the following:

  • Founders’ agreements, operating agreements and limited partnership agreements

  • IP agreements, licensing agreements, confidentiality and inventions assignment agreements

  • Employment, consulting agreements and stock incentive plans

  • Commercial contracts, including services agreements, vendor agreements and license agreements

  • Structuring of equity ownership including vesting issues

  • Corporate governance, including board of director matters and stockholders’ voting agreements