Michael Homeier practices in the area of general business, securities, corporate, transactional, and business financing law (including EB-5 and Crowdfunding) both for entrepreneurs and start-ups, and for established businesses, in every industry, including tech and entertainment. With over 30 years’ experience in the corporate and business transactional fields, both as in-house corporate counsel and with private law firms, Michael brings a deep level of legal knowledge and expertise to the start-up world.
He represents a number of entrepreneurs in their formation, organization, and financing, including through Crowdfunding platforms and portals, and regional centers in the EB-5 Program, and assists them with structuring their projects, organizing their entities, and documenting the launch of their enterprises, including private placement memoranda (PPMs), investor procurement agreements, articles, bylaws, operating agreements, shareholder agreements, stock purchase agreements, NDAs and Non-Circs, plus transactional and financing documents. In addition to numerous engagements as a university law professor, Michael also actively participates in public speaking engagements, both in the start-up, Crowdfunding, EB-5, and business law arenas, and as an inspirational speaker to teenaged and young adult cancer survivors (as one himself) on finding post-treatment life success.
Michael earned his J.D. from the University of Southern California, and his B.A. from the University of California, Los Angeles.