STEPHEN I. HALPER, OF COUNSEL

STEPHEN I. HALPER, OF COUNSEL PDF

Steve Halper is Of Counsel to Sklar Kirsh LLP in the Corporate Department. For 35 years, Steve has devoted his law practice to addressing the needs of entrepreneurs, emerging growth companies and investors in the organization of business entities and private investment funds, seed and venture capital financing, mergers and acquisitions, and a wide range of other corporate and business transactions in multiple industries.

A native of Minneapolis/St. Paul, Steve received a B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis in 1974, and a J.D., with honors, from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1977.

Named to the Southern California Super Lawyers list by Los Angeles Magazine every year since 2012, Steve regularly lectures, writes and provides expert witness services on legal issues affecting limited liability companies as well as emerging growth companies.  He is the co-editor of the Guide to Organizing and Operating a Limited Partnership in California and a contributor to the Report on Legal Opinions Concerning California Limited Liability Companies (both official publications of the Business Law Section of the State Bar of California), and participated in the drafting of recently enacted California Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act as a member of the Partnerships and Limited Liability Company Committee of the State Bar of California.

  • "I have worked with Sklar Kirsh on more than 20 transactions and they always provide outstanding service, are consistently responsive, and possess strong legal and business knowledge. Protecting the client is their top priority, while they simultaneously appreciate the need to be flexible and fluid in a transaction. Sklar Kirsh brings a deep network of relationships and wealth of experience to each transaction. I especially appreciate their ability to look at a deal from both a legal perspective as well as an investor's."
    — Jonathan Barach, President, Vista Investment Group

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