LOS ANGELES, CA – Silicon Legal Strategy today announced that associate Chris Rosene has joined the firm in its Los Angeles office.
Chris Rosene is an associate at Silicon Legal Strategy. Chris represents technology companies at every stage of the corporate life cycle, including entity formation, general business and corporate governance matters, debt and equity financings, and mergers and acquisitions. Chris also advises venture capital investors on their investments into technology companies at every stage and level of sophistication.
Prior to joining SLS, Chris was an associate at Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, where he advised startups, late-stage private companies, and venture capital investors. Chris received his J.D. from the UCLA School of Law, where he was elected to the Order of the Coif and served as the Dialectic Editor of the UCLA Law Review, and his B.S. in Mathematical Economics from Ball State University.
“I am thrilled to join Silicon Legal’s team of talented and innovative attorneys and professionals,” said Chris. “With a commitment to providing top-tier legal services in an efficient and client-focused manner, it’s easy to see why SLS has a world-class client list.”
“Chris’ understanding of the startup ecosystem in LA and beyond is outstanding and his dedication to high-touch client service only helps us better represent our expanding client base,” said Gaurav Mathur, Partner and Head of Silicon Legal’s Los Angeles office. “We are continuing to attract top-tier players at all levels who thrive in delivering the very best client service in our space. It is an exciting time.”
About Silicon Legal Strategy
Silicon Legal Strategy is the premier boutique law firm providing targeted, bottom-line-oriented advice to technology startups, innovative entrepreneurs and seasoned investors. Trained at the top firms in Silicon Valley, our attorneys and staff are incredibly passionate about technology and have extensive experience representing early stage companies and investors. We are a known quantity in Silicon Valley, and work with or sit across the table from every major law firm in the area. Perhaps most importantly, we ourselves are entrepreneurs. We truly understand the challenges of a startup — like building and motivating a team, creating repeatable processes to ensure continued customer satisfaction at scale and dealing with infrastructure issues. We face these challenges every day — and as a result, are able to deliver more relevant, bottom-line-oriented advice. Put simply, we actually “get” what entrepreneurs are going through.