David Hoeppner is a member of the firm's Corporate and Private Equity Groups, where he focuses on business formation and structure, executive compensation, private equity offerings, and other related business matters.
Upon graduating from McGill, with honors, David accepted a teaching position at the Academy of Finance and Enterprise High School in Queens, NY, where he taught an introductory economics course. David accepted a full merit scholarship to Hofstra University School of Law, where he earned an award for his work at Hofstra's Community and Economic Development Clinic. While attending Hofstra, David drafted environmental protection legislation for the City of Long Beach, and worked for a firm specializing in education law in Queens. He concurrently entered Hofstra's M.B.A. program with a concentration in Finance.
McGill University, B.A.
Hofstra University School of Law, J.D.
Member of Long Island Capital Alliance (LICA)
Adjunct professor at Hofstra University School of Law Disaster Recovery Law Clinic.
Obtained millions of dollars in private equity offerings for venture capital backed portfolio companies, including those backed by Canrock Ventures, LLC
Drafted and negotiated numerous software license agreements for technology companies.
MTA Payroll Tax Litigation
Drafted first challenge to MTA Tax which was ultimately repealed.
Successfully represented founders being forced out by preferred shareholders in Delaware Corporation.
David can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.