We see this scenario time and time again. When a cash-strapped venture starts getting some serious traction and begins negotiating with potential investors and partners, its founders quickly realize that the investors and their attorneys are far more deal savvy than technology entrepreneurs.
George A. Gellis
George A. Gellis, Esq. is a founding shareholder and managing director of the Firm. Mr. Gellis practices corporate, commercial, and international transactional law with a concentration in complex commercial negotiations, international law, corporate restructuring and health care law.
We are very pleased to announce that Phi H.D. Nguyen has joined our firm as of counsel. Mr. Nguyen comes to Gellis Law Group from Elenoff Grossman & Schole, LLP. His practice areas include complex mergers & acquisitions, licensing, product research and commercialization, financings and capital raises and other commercial transactions.
Members of the firm participated in the meeting with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Leonid Kozhara, within the framework of a conference organized by U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC), which was hosted by Ukrainian Institute of America in New York City. During the meeting participants discussed numerous economic and legal issues, including cross-border transactions
We are proud to announce that patent attorneys and experienced intellectual property counselors, Mark Beloborodov and Gene Vinokur have joined our firm from Aril 1, 2013. They will oversee matters pertaining to the strategic planning and early stage support for startup enterprises, technology transactions, intellectual property portfolio counseling, licensing, as well as filing and prosecution
The Managing Director of the firm, Mr. George Gellis, took part in the Annual Tell Awards Celebration to honor U.S. Companies that have successfully entered the European Market from operations based in Switzerland. The ceremony was organized by the Embassy of Switzerland in Washington, Swiss Consulate in New York and Swiss Trade & Investment Promotion
OUR FIRM IS PROUD TO ACKNOWLEDGE ITS PARTICIPATION AND SPONSORSHIP OF THE “SPECIAL CARE FOR SPECIAL NEEDS” PROJECT OF THE RUSSIAN AMERICAN DENTAL ASSOCIATIONGeorge A. Gellis February 20, 2013
Our Firm is proud to acknowledge its participation and sponsorship of the “Special Care for Special Needs” project of the Russian American Dental Association. Representatives of the firm participated in the Gala Benefit that took place on February 20, 013 at the Kosciuszko Foundation, 15 East 65th Street, New York, New York. This new project
Ever since the first international Bilateral Investment Treaty was signed between Pakistan and Germany in 1959, the importance and the number of these treaties has grown exponentially. Today, BITs form an important cornerstone of international commerce and the framework of international investments. These treaties assure nationals and companies registered in the participant-nations of fair and
On November 9 through 11, 2012, our Firm sponsored and took part in a Joint National Conference of the Russian-American Medical Association, the Russian-American Dental Association and the Russian-American Scientific Association that took place in Hotel Sofitel, Philadelphia. Attorneys of the Firm made several presentations to the participants of this conference, including those addressing issues
Attorneys of the Firm are completing the first stage of a comprehensive overview of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, as amended (UNCLOS III), as well as the framework of earlier international conventions as they apply to the development of natural resources on the continental shelf and the outer continental shelf
GELLIS & ASSOCIATES HOSTS A WORKSHOP ON STRATEGIES FOR INTERNATIONAL INVESTORS USING MULTI-NATIONAL CORPORATE STRUCTURESGeorge A. Gellis August 2, 2012
Over the past several years, partially due to the rapid growth of international commerce and partially as a result of the economic and financial crisis experienced by many developed nations, legislation involving direct invest in other countries became increasingly restrictive and complex . At the same time, the legislation of some jurisdictions became increasingly favorable towards