Michael Schachter is a founder and an owner of Pearson & Schachter, where he is a business, corporate and real estate transactional attorney. Michael has represented a broad range of companies, from early stage to publicly traded companies.
Michael’s corporate practice includes the consummation of mergers, stock sales, asset acquisitions and other reorganizations, and representing emerging growth companies in all aspects of business and corporate transactions, including entity formation, venture capital and angel financings, entity governance, securities, intellectual property, employment, shareholder and director matters, private placements, and general corporate counseling and business planning issues.
In addition, Michael’s real estate practice includes sophisticated commercial real estate transactions relating to the purchase, sale, development and leasing (subleasing, consents, SNDA’s, Estoppels) of real property, title matters, construction agreements, loans, brokerage agreements, easements and licenses, indemnity agreements, and site access agreements and land-use issues.
Michael views his role as a value-add problem-solver; responding to his client’s needs in an extremely expeditious manner. He looks for creative and practical solutions that can save his clients cost and time.
Michael is licensed to practice law in the State of California and is a member of the Executive Committee-Business Section for the Alameda County Bar Association.
Before founding Pearson & Schachter, Michael was with the firms of Nixon Peabody LLP and Silicon Valley Law Group.
Michael has authored articles in corporate, business and real estate law.