What We DO

Deep capabilities to meet diverse business needs

We advise your business in raising capital, structured transactions, mergers/acquisition, employment law and a variety of other practice areas that are relevant to your business. We have unique experience in managing and leading teams in domestic and foreign jurisdictions.

We provide strategic management services to help our clients build and maintain successful companies. That often means identifying any obstacles that are hindering growth—such as tight cash flow, low operating margins, difficult clients, high employee turnover, and international transactions—and pinpointing ways to overcome them.

Beyond just delivering legal advice, MCA offers comprehensive business strategy consulting to help clients do what they do best—as profitably as possible. In short, we find ways for clients to get deals done, even when they are difficult. We will examine every corner of your operational plan, looking for opportunities to boost profitability, reduce risk, and cut costs.

Our Areas of Expertise

Mirsky Corporate Advisors does not have a “cookie-cutter” list of offerings — because our scope of services goes far beyond that of a typical law firm. Below is a partial list of issues we have helped companies navigate.

  • Banking and Finance
  • Syndicated Credit Facilities
  • Real Estate and Construction Lending
  • Specialized Industry Finance
  • Equipment Leasing
  • Loan Portfolio Acquisitions
  • Project Finance
  • FERC and Regulatory Compliance
  • Hedging and Trading
  • Power Purchase/Sales Contracts
  • Project Development & Finance
  • Cannabis Business Law
  • Cannabis Banking and Finance
  • 280E Advisory
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Investment Management
  • International
  • Corporate Governance and
  • Compliance
  • Securities Law and Corporate Finance
  • Bankruptcy and Restructuring
  • Acquisitions and divestitures of U.S. businesses by foreign clients or their U.S. subsidiaries
  • Acquisitions and divestitures by U.S. clients of foreign companies, whether directly or through foreign subsidiaries
  • Controlling and non-controlling investments by foreign clients or their U.S. subsidiaries in U.S. businesses
  • International investment transactions by U.S. based clients
  • Joint ventures between U.S. and foreign companies, both on and offshore
  • Identifying and working with local counsel, accountants and advisors
  • New entity formation (foreign or domestic)
  • Investment structures
  • Risk sharing, manufacturing, marketing and R&D agreements
    Customs and other import controls
  • Executive employment agreements
  • Employee handbooks
  • Sexual harassment policies
  • Independent contractor agreements
  • Internet/email usage policies
  • Separation agreements
  • Equity compensation
  • Employee arbitration agreements