David represents middle-market and growth companies, their owners and management, entrepreneurs and investors on a range of matters, including business organization, capitalization, acquisitions and sales of businesses, leveraged buy-outs and recapitalizations, private offerings of equity and debt, succession planning, joint ventures, strategic alliances, technology licensing and commercial contracts.
Brian Bouggy advises clients on a variety of corporate and commercial transactions. Areas of focus include entrepreneurship, corporate finance, and mergers and acquisitions. He represents emerging growth life sciences and technology companies in connection with corporate governance, venture capital finance, intellectual property protection and licensing, technology commercialization, and business combinations.
Jim Coles is an influential leader in advising businesses on all types of technology and intellectual property legal issues, including patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret, intellectual property transactions and intellectual property litigation. He has vast experience drafting and negotiating agreements with intellectual property issues and resolving disputes involving technology and intellectual property matters.
Don Densborn is a seasoned business lawyer, who represents companies in a myriad of industries, including manufacturing, service, real estate, technology, distribution, logistics, alternative energy, metals, senior living, private equity, prepaid card, banking and finance. His non-bank clients are primarily situated in an established middle market, but include others which are smaller or earlier stage, and are often owner-managed.
John is an business attorney representing banks, companies, and investors. For over a decade, John has advised clients on critical financial transactions and commercial matters. John’s experience in financial transactions includes commercial finance, secured transactions, asset based loans, multi-lender transactions, real estate finance, mezzanine lending, distressed loans, work-outs, and private equity transactions.
Dwight Miller has a broad range of experience with public and private businesses in both the law firm and corporate setting. His diverse practice encompasses many areas, including mergers and acquisitions, securities, corporate matters, compliance, regulatory, and other areas of commercial and business law. Dwight also has experience advising business owners, boards of directors, and senior management.
Cliff Robinson is a member of the firm’s Litigation Practice Group. Cliff left the Office of Corporation Counsel to clerk for the late Honorable Larry J. McKinney of the Southern District of Indiana, which involved researching and drafting legal orders on a wide variety of federal matters. Cliff litigates on behalf of businesses in both state and federal court.
Eric Schmadeke, a highly accomplished and recognized trial attorney and investigator, is Senior Trial Counsel at Densborn Blachly LLP.His practice focuses on civil litigation, white collar criminal defense, torts, injury claims, and probate litigation. Eric’s practice also includes the representation of clients in government and internal investigations.
Maria Vladimirova, who has a Masters in Tax Law (LLM) from Boston University, is an associate in the firm’s business group whose background and emphasis is taxation, both state and federal. While she assists clients in various business transactions and matters, she typically is focused on choice of entity, partnership taxation, corporate reorganizations, tax planning and compliance, and tax controversy matters.
Justin Wiser, a commercial litigator in the firm’s Litigation Practice Group, is a magna cum laude graduate of the Indiana University – Robert H. McKinney School of Law. While in law school, Justin founded and served as the first President of the Professional Responsibility Association, a student organization formed to promote professional responsibility and ethics-focused educational events.
Alexa Woods is a real estate development lawyer particularly well-experienced at navigating highly-nuanced public-private development agreements representing municipalities, governmental entities, developers, and other companies affected by such agreements. Alexa has broad understanding of the public inducements, public assistance, private financing, and developer equity afforded or affected by such agreement.