Noah is a startup company and venture capital lawyer with Cooley LLP out of their Colorado and DC offices. He has a national legal practice, representing high profile startup companies and venture funds on both coasts as well as in the Denver/Boulder, Chicago/Midwest, Austin and Charlottesville ecosystems. He focuses on the representation of issuers and investors in the formation and financing of emerging technology companies, as well as counseling emerging companies with respect to mergers and acquisitions, strategic relationships, recapitalizations and general corporate matters.
Noah has broad experience with all aspects of startup and venture capital law with deep expertise in financing transactions (seed/bridge rounds, preferred stock financings, recapitalizations, strategic partnerships, etc.) and M&A (buying and selling companies). Noah is also the co-founder of Service Provider Capital, a venture fund that makes Series A co-investments. Service Provider Capital currently has two funds: one that invests in the Rocky Mountains and one that invests in the Midwest. A third, Texas-focused fund is in the works.
Before attending law school, Noah was an active entrepreneur, starting and managing several small businesses, including a multiple-location Christmas tree company in Atlanta, Georgia and a coffee and dessert restaurant in Athens, Georgia.
Noah received his JD from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall) and AB in Philosophy from the University of Georgia.