Dan Max is a transactional and general corporate lawyer in the firm’s Northern Virginia office. He counsels clients on their strategic, complex, and most important transactions, as well as other special situations, including mergers, acquisitions, financings, joint ventures, and a wide variety of other transactional, securities, and corporate governance matters.
Mr. Max’s clients include private companies, public companies, buyers, sellers, boards of directors, executives, and entrepreneurs, with an emphasis in the technology and government contracting industries. His clients have engaged in major corporate transactions, including asset, stock and merger transactions, divestitures, management and leveraged buyouts, transactions involving business divisions, majority control acquisitions, squeeze-outs, and joint ventures.
He has expertise in financings, including angel, venture capital, and other preferred stock financings; recapitalizations and private placements; and traditional revolving and term credit facilities, whether senior, subordinated, secured, or unsecured.
Mr. Max regularly represents clients in general corporate matters, such as advising boards of directors on fiduciary obligations and counseling on capitalization matters, stock incentive plans, equity compensation, executive employment agreements, and customer, supplier, consulting, and other revenue-generating and commercial contracts.
Mr. Max also has a breadth of experience advising clients in connection with commercial disputes and litigations, including disputes and litigations concerning squeeze-out transactions, deadlock situations, indemnification claims and employee terminations.
Mr. Max has served as a lecturer for the Tech Council of Maryland at TCM’s semi annual government contracting academy.