Imagine corporate and securities lawyers who are as interested in your business as you are. Who understand and value it and who are prepared to work with you to create it, grow it, protect it and ultimately maximize your return on it. Who will help you to finance it, or bring it to the public markets, or eventually sell it. Imagine lawyers with passion, creativity and, most importantly, dedication. This is the essence of Lucosky Brookman.
The Firm provides sophisticated corporate counsel to clients that are involved in commercial transactions covering a broad range of complexity, from those encountered by start up companies to those experienced by companies traded on a national exchange, as well as advising on many day to day issues.
We represent issuers, underwriters, placement agents, and private investment funds in public and private offerings of equity, debt and convertible securities.
We have significant experience in mergers, acquisitions, asset exchanges, sales and divestitures, recapitalizations, and other business combination transactions.
We represent lenders and borrowers in connection with single-lender and syndicated secured and unsecured senior, subordinated and mezzanine lending transactions.
Providing sophisticated legal representation and business planning services to start-up and mature companies.
We represent mid-sized and small companies, banks, private equity firms, venture funds, investment advisors, and individuals in complex business, securities and commercial disputes.
$5,000,000 Senior Secured Revolving Credit Facility Agreement by and among a London-based private equity fund, as lender, a Florida-based private aircraft charter company, as borrower, and certain subsidiaries of the borrower, as joint and several guarantors, advanced in several tranches for general working capital purposes and collateralized by, among other things, a pledge of shares of the parent company and a first priority security interest in all assets of the parent company and its subsidiaries.
$3,000,000 Common Stock Purchase Agreement by and between a New York-based private equity fund, as purchaser, and a private provider of wireless technology, as seller, entered into in connection with and contingent upon a $2,000,000 Senior Secured Loan Agreement secured by all assets of the seller and its subsidiaries.
Reverse Merger by and between a U.S. publicly-traded vehicle and a private Hungarian online website search provider, including a share exchange, warrant coverage, and the issuance of a convertible promissory note in the principal amount of $750,000 to a private investor. The company is a developer of a contextual online search tool combining the next generation semantic web with real-time content management.
Lucosky Brookman publishes 2012 Year In Review. The Year In Review is an annual publication of the Firm. The document outlines significant milestones and achievements of the Firm throughout 2012 as well as summarizes the Firm’s representation of its clients in connection with structuring and negotiating various corporate, securities, lending, finance, litigation and arbitration matters.
Lucosky Brookman announces that Scott C. Kline has joined the firm as a partner and head of the Foreign Direct Investment Practice Group. Prior to joining Lucosky Brookman, Mr. Kline was a partner at both Blank Rome LLP and Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pitman LLP. Mr. Kline he has over 20 years of experience with international laws firms. Mr. Kline will open the firm’s first office on the west coast in Los Angeles, California.
Lucosky Brookman proudly congratulates our founding partner Joseph Lucosky on being named to this year's New Jersey Law Journal "New Leaders of the Bar" list (formerly called "40 Under 40"). Among other criteria, the “New Leaders of the Bar” list recognizes the top attorneys under the age of 40 whom are experts their respective practice areas and leaders in their industries. For the full article, please click here.
Lucosky Brookman publishes Desk Reference chart summarizing the 2013 SEC Filing Deadlines for Large Accelerated, Accelerated and Non-Accelerated / Smaller Reporting Companies
Lucosky Brookman published memorandum outlining the New York Stock Exchange’s revision to Rule 452 that would end its prior policy of allowing brokers to vote on certain corporate governance proposals supported by management
Lucosky Brookman publishes memorandum pertaining to the SEC’s codification of the “Accredited Investor” Net Worth Test and the exclusion of the primary residence in determining Accredited Investor status
Lucosky Brookman publishes memorandum discussing the implementation of the whistleblower provisions of Section 21F of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934