Mark L. Skaist is co-chair of Stradling's Corporate and Securities practice group and a member of the firm’s Executive Committee.
Mark's practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, public and private securities offerings, venture capital transactions, commercial transactions, and general corporate representation (including technology licensing and development and distribution transactions). Mark also works with private equity funds in acquisition transactions and advises clients on matters involving corporate governance and employee compensation.
His clients range from emerging companies to publicly traded companies, as well as a number of venture capital and private equity firms.
Represented TechnoCom Corporation in its acquisition of Locaid, Inc., a company which operates as a location-as-a-service (LaaS) company.
Represented Richer Poorer, Inc. in its merger with Shoes.com. Richer Poorer is a Southern California-based sock and accessories retailer, and Shoes.com is a Canadian-based online reseller of shoes and footwear products.
Represented Watson Family Investments, LLC in its purchase of all outstanding membership interests of All Metals Processing of Orange County, LLC.
Represented Abracon LLC in its growth equity investment by Evergreen Pacific Partners, Washington State’s largest private equity fund. Read more.
Represented Instantly, Inc. its sale to Survey Sampling International (SSI).