Larry Studnicky, Harvard Law (84)
Larry is an attorney on LawTrades with a 23-year background in a wide variety of M&A, securities finance, corporate partnering, technology, Internet, intellectual property (IP), new media, music industry and general corporate transactions. Throughout his career, Larry has advised businesses (large and small, public and private) on such matters as formation, governance, purchases and sales of businesses, joint ventures, agreements among owners, equity and debt financings, federal securities law compliance, employment and option arrangements, protection of intellectual property, and agreements with employees, consultants, vendors and customers. He has handled public offerings on the NYSE and Nasdaq and has performed 1934 Act compliance work for several small public companies.
From 1999-2001, Larry served as Senior Vice President and General Counsel of ClickRadio, Inc., the first Internet company licensed to deliver an interactive radio service. At ClickRadio, Larry found the lead investors for the company’s two rounds of venture capital financing, in which nearly $40 million was raised. More recently, he represented a client in securing (from America’s major record companies and music publishers) the first licenses authorizing a free, ad-supported P2P music service.