Bart has spent his entire career working with entrepreneurs and investors and helping them with their transactions. He started off working in the Palo Alto, California office of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, a prominent Silicon Valley law firm, where he worked with venture capital firms, public technology companies, and venture-backed start-ups. Since moving to Nebraska in 2010, Bart has been actively engaged in the angel and venture capital community in the Midwest.
Bart is a board member of the Nebraska Angels, Nebraska's largest association of angel investors. He is a mentor for the Pipeline entrepreneurship program and the NMotion accelerator, and he also serves on the advisory board of the Entrepreneurship Clinic at the University of Nebraska College of Law.
Bart has spoken at numerous events on angel investing, including at the Angel Capital Association's annual summit and the South By Southwest Interactive Festival, and he guest lectured on various start-up related legal topics at the University of Nebraska College of Law. Bart also served as the 2016-17 Chair of the Securities Division of the Nebraska State Bar Association.
Bart was selected as one of the Midlands Business Journal's 2014 class of "40 Under 40", he was a nominee for Service Provider of the Year at the 2012, 2013, and 2014 Silicon Prairie News Awards and won the award in 2015, and he was selected as "Best Service Provider" by the 2013 NMotion class.
Grant began his career at the Lincoln office of Cline Williams Wright Johnson & Oldfather LLP, a premier Nebraska firm, before bringing his MBA education and own entrepreneurial experiences to bear at Enterprise Legal Studio. Grant understands life as an entrepreneur because he has been running his own side hustles for as long as he can remember. From opening a lemonade stand and writing a neighborhood newsletter as a kid to his more recent ecommerce ventures like selling apparel, designing custom sportswear, and producing wooden prescription eyewear, he has always had an itch for entrepreneurship and now loves helping clients make impacts of their own. Grant has also developed a practice in the burgeoning benefit corporation area and assists socially-minded entrepreneurs with formations and compliance.
Grant started at Enterprise Legal Studio as a completely virtual attorney, as he lived in Park City for a winter while training in the Olympic sport of skeleton. These days, Grant works semi-virtually as he coaches ultimate frisbee and plays in professional and world championship ultimate events in the US and abroad. You can also occasionally find him working from far-flung places like North Korea or Myanmar.
Grant continues to serve the business communities and aspiring entrepreneurs through his roles as an adjunct instructor at multiple universities and by presenting on legal topics at entrepreneur-focused events.
You can read more about Grant's adventures on his blog.
Dani received her undergraduate degree in Economics/Finance in 2012 and her law degree from the University of Nebraska in 2015. Following graduation, she was a research associate for a national security think tank based in Omaha, where she worked in space and cyber policy as well as export control and compliance.
Following time doing corporate immigration work, Dani landed at Enterprise Legal Studio in March of 2018, where she's thrilled to have the opportunity to work with entrepreneurs as they build their dreams. She's energized by the ingenuity she gets to witness every day and looks forward to serving this incredibly bright community.
Dani is a published author on several topics in national security, international law, and space-technology regulation and has been a speaker/moderator on panels in international law and space law/policy. She has no interesting hobbies but continues to write for a variety of publications and travels as often as her cat will spare her.
Jeremy began his career as a corporate attorney at Latham & Watkins LLP law firm where he specialized in mergers and acquisitions and public company representation, primarily in the consumer products and biotech space. Jeremy left LW to join the San Diego Padres Baseball Club as Corporate Legal Counsel where he was responsible for negotiating all business transactions on behalf of the baseball team. After 7 years as Corporate Counsel, Jeremy transitioned to the business sector for the Padres, holding several roles, including starting and building the Padres event business, developing the Padres corporate partnership business, and culminating as the team's highest ranking business executive officer as the Senior Vice President, Business Development. Jeremy left the Padres to pursue his passion in the private equity and venture capital space. Jeremy is currently the Chief Investment Officer for Selby Lane Enterprises and has led several successful placements, including Basecamp Hotels, Saint Archer Brewing Company, Balter Brewing Company, Wheels Up Private Aviation, Harland Brewing Company, Scout Distribution Company, among others. Jeremy actively consults with clients on business strategy and revenue generation, as well as in connection with all business legal matters. Jeremy Horowitz graduated from Georgetown University Cum Laude and the University of Southern California School of Law “Order of the Coif.”
Chris specializes in structuring corporate finance transactions, including secured debt, asset-backed and inventory loans, equipment financings, mezzanine debt, unsecured or subordinated debt and convertible debt instruments. Chris began his career in the business, finance and restructuring group of Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP in New York, and after returning to his California roots, Chris practiced as a structured finance attorney at Latham & Watkins LLP in Los Angeles.
Chris is also the Managing partner of Sipadan Capital, an investment fund based in New York that deploys capital in the emerging growth space. His role as an investor, allows Chris to provide his issuer clients a unique perspective when structuring and executing financing transactions.