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Expanding Denver’s Startup Scene: Foley Hoag’s Growing VC Team

TLDR:

  • Foley Hoag has expanded its emerging company and venture capital team in Denver with the addition of partners Rose Standifer and Allie Clark.
  • Standifer specializes in advising emerging companies on various legal matters, including company formation, venture capital investments, and technology licenses.
  • Clark has experience serving as outside general counsel for biomedical and pharmaceutical technology, software, climate and energy, and consumer products companies.

Boston-based law firm Foley Hoag has announced the expansion of its emerging company and venture capital team in Denver, Colorado. The firm’s new partners, Rose Standifer and Allie Clark, have joined the practice group. Standifer will be advising emerging companies on various matters, such as company formation, venture capital investments, technology licenses, and exit strategies. She brings a wealth of experience in these areas and will be a valuable addition to the team.

Clark, on the other hand, will be serving as outside general counsel for various industries, including biomedical and pharmaceutical technology, software, climate and energy, and consumer products. Her expertise in these sectors will be crucial as she provides legal advice and guidance to companies in these fields.

The team of partners will be supported by Marc Graboyes as a counsel and Zack Mueller as an associate. They will be working closely with Standifer and Clark to provide comprehensive legal services to emerging companies and venture capital firms in the Denver area.

The addition of Standifer and Clark, along with their support staff, showcases Foley Hoag’s commitment to expanding its presence and expertise in the emerging company and venture capital space. With their strong backgrounds and experience in advising companies in various industries, they are well-positioned to provide strategic legal advice to clients and help them navigate the challenges and opportunities that arise in these fields.

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