Amos Edelman counsels private and public companies in connection with general corporate and business matters, equity and debt financings, merger and acquisition transactions, licensing arrangements and joint ventures.
He has represented clients across a wide array of industries, including software and technology, e-commerce, media, finance and financial services, manufacturing and insurance. His software and technology representations include ad-tech, fin-tech and ed-tech companies.
Amos represents funds and private equity investors in connection with fund formation and governance matters, investment capital raises, and venture capital and mezzanine financings of portfolio companies.
Amos also represents executives and fund partners in connection with employment, compensation and governance matters.
State University of New York at Buffalo - Senior Member of the Buffalo Law Review.
Brandeis University in 1992.
Member of the New York State Bar Association, including its Business Law and Labor and Employment Law sections
Represented Sustain LLC, a sustainable women’s healthcare products company, in connection with the sale of its business to Grove Collaborative, Inc., a natural household and personal care products company.
Represented ASPire Financial Services, a developer of a leading 401(k) recordkeeping and retirement solution platform, in its sale to PCS Retirement, LLC, developer of a leading retirement and wealth management platform backed by LLR.
Represented Roomeze LLC, a platform-based provider of apartment leasing services, in connection with its Series Seed Preferred financing.
Represented SJF Ventures, a venture capital fund focusing on investments in the sustainability and technology-enhanced services sectors, in connection with its investment in the Series E Preferred Stock financing of Civitas Learning, Inc., a SaaS and data analytics company focused on the higher education market.
Represented SJF Ventures, a venture capital fund focusing on investments in the sustainability and technology-enhanced services sectors, in connection with its investment in the Series B Preferred Stock financing of Raise Labs Inc., developer of a platform that enables high school students to raise micro-scholarships based on their individual progress and achievements.