Taylor English is a great place to work as a corporate/business lawyer. It has all the resources required to operate efficiently and effectively in today’s legal market.
David Cooper is a seasoned corporate/business attorney who over the past 30 years has had a successful track record of advising corporate clients in the areas of corporate formation and structure; corporate acquisitions and divestitures; and capital formation, varying from private placement to public offerings.
Mr. Cooper’s present clients include both public and private companies, whose activities are varied, including technology companies, distribution companies, manufacturing companies and alternative fuel vehicle companies.
Mr. Cooper is active in the Greater Alpharetta technology community, presently serving as a director and treasurer of the Greater Alpharetta Tech Network Inc. (GATN), a 506(c)(6) tax-exempt organization, which he co-founded in 2014.
Atlanta Bar Association
State Bar of Georgia
American Bar Association
The Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants, Former Director, 1987-1988
Lenox Square Chapter of CPAs, Former President, 1987-1988
Greater Alpharetta Tech Network Inc., Director and Treasurer, 2014-2015
- Guided client in its sale of three subsidiaries to three different buyers which included a public company and a management buy-out
Guided client in its sale of three subsidiaries to three different buyers which included a public company and a management buy-out
Advised numerous corporate clients in structuring reorganizations, spin-offs, joint ventures, transfers to controlled corporations, and other tax-deferred transactions in connection with mergers, acquisitions and divestitures and other corporate transactions.
- Advised alternative fuel client in the structure of a private placement of $10 million of senior notes
Advised alternative fuel client in the structure of a private placement of $10 million of senior notes
Advised client in the formation and capital structure of a real estate investment company engaged in the purchase of retail-anchored commercial shopping centers in secondary markets in the Southeast.
After representing a client corporation in the sale of its stock in a target company to a purchaser, collateralized by the target company’s stock, a default occurred. The client suspected the purchaser was draining the assets of the target company and filed suit against the purchaser for an accounting. The accounting revealed extension siphoning of assets of the target company by the purchaser. Pursuant to the terms of the stock purchase agreement, the ...
- “The Right Fit – What Legal Entity Should You Choose for Your Company?” Smart BusinessJanuary 24, 2005
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Emory University School of Law, JD, 1975
Emory University, LLM, Taxation, 1983
Harvard University, BA, 1972
Emory University, MBA, Concentration in Accounting and Finance, 1978