Danny often serves businesses in a “general counsel” type role. By gaining an understanding of the company and establishing relationships with key personnel, he is well positioned to not only react to legal issues that may arise, but to also be proactive in helping the business avoid potential legal issues.
Danny’s substantial business transaction experience includes several mergers and acquisitions having transaction values ranging from $10 million to in excess of $100 million. In addition to M&A, he negotiates and documents many forms of business transactions including debt and equity financings, joint ventures and strategic partnering. Danny has facilitated numerous private placement equity financings in excess of $5 million, and joint venture development projects in excess of $150 million. He also has significant experience in the development, protection and exploitation of technology and proprietary rights.
Through his service as a volunteer board member and general counsel to various charitable organizations in the Montgomery County, Maryland community, Danny has gained substantial experience in tax-exempt organization law. As a testament to his keen ability to strategically guide businesses, Danny has held leadership roles within Shulman Rogers and currently serves on the firm’s Board of Directors.
News & Events
Seminars & Speaking Engagements
•Lecturer on Business Transactions for several organizations, including the Maryland Institute for Continuing Professional Education of Lawyers and the Bar Association of Montgomery County
News & Events
Danny Krakower Aides Ed Sagel in the Purchasing of Two Funeral Homes
August 5, 2014
Also at Potomac, MD office
Professional & community Affiliations
•Maryland State Bar Association, Section of Business Law, Member
•Bar Association of Montgomery County, Member.
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