Adam Eilenberg has practiced law since 1980, concentrating in securities, mergers
and acquisitions and general corporate law. Mr. Eilenberg represents growth
companies and domestic and foreign investors involved in public financing and
private placement transactions, including PIPE transactions and venture capital
investments. Many of his securities clients are software, biotechnology and medical
technology companies, and Eilenberg has significant experience in licensing
technology and intellectual property. Eilenberg often acts as an advisor and
counselor to senior executives and boards, and is experienced in corporate
governance and Securities Exchange Act compliance work. In his mergers and
acquisitions practice, Eilenberg has represented sellers and buyers in stock
purchase, asset purchase and merger transactions and related financings. Mr.
Eilenberg also represents numerous start-up and privately-held businesses, and
frequently works with entrepreneurs on structuring their corporate enterprises and in
Adam Eilenberg studied at the London School of Economics and received his B.A.
degree, summa cum laude, in 1977 from Hamilton College. He received his J.D.
degree, cum laude, in 1980 from Harvard Law School, where he was an Articles Editor
of the Law Review. Mr. Eilenberg served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Irving
Kaufman of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, worked for five
years at Kramer, Levin and started his own firm in 1994.
Sheldon Krause has practiced corporate and securities law for almost 20 years,
starting at Cravath, Swaine & Moore. Krause serves as general counsel for a number
of Israeli technology companies and has special expertise in representing Israeli
companies that are conducting business, seeking financing or making investments
in the United States. Krause has extensive experience in Securities Exchange Act
compliance work, and is counsel to several public companies.
Mr. Krause received his B.S. from Brooklyn College in 1977 and his J.D. from Harvard
Law School in 1980. Sheldon Krause and Adam Eilenberg formed our firm in 1997.
Mr. Krause is fluent in Hebrew.
Keith Moskowitz is a corporate and securities attorney who specializes in working with
technology companies at all stages of growth, as well as with venture capitalists and
investment banks. Prior to joining our firm, Moskowitz was a corporate partner at a
large international law firm. His practice focuses on venture capital financings,
public offerings, mergers and acquisitions, SEC reporting and general business
matters. Moskowitz has particular experience assisting foreign companies in their
efforts to access U.S. equity markets, both public and private. His clients cover
diverse industries including semiconductor equipment, biotechnology, computer
networking and software, data storage and security, medical imaging and drug
Mr. Moskowitz has authored a number of legal articles including “SEC Reporting
Requirements for Foreign Issuers” and “Aircraft Carrier: SEC Proposes Sweeping
Regulatory Reforms.” Moskowitz received his B.S from State University of New York at
Albany in 1985 and his J.D. from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in 1988.
Edward (Ted) Chastain has practiced for more than 10 years, concentrating in
corporate and securities law. As an associate at Chadbourne & Parke in New York and
Moscow from 1993 to 1996, he gained experience in various aspects of corporate and
securities law, including initial public offerings, Securities Exchange Act compliance,
mergers and acquisitions and joint ventures. Chastain has extensive recent
experience in corporate governance and compliance and disclosure work, and recently
has specialized in representing public companies.
Mr. Chastain is a graduate of Columbia University School of Law (1993) and the
University of Alabama (1988). He also holds a Master’s Degree in International Affairs
from Columbia University and studied at Leningrad State University in 1990 and 1991.
Mr. Chastain is fluent in Russian and has worked as a freelance legal translator.
David Henkoff has practiced for more than 20 years, concentrating in securities,
mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, venture capital and general corporate
law. He has practiced in both small and large law firms, including Morrison & Foerster
LLP, where he was of counsel.
Mr. Henkoff received his J.D. from Boston University School of Law in 1985, where he
was a Note and Comment Editor of the Annual Review of Banking Law, for which he
authored an article entitled “Regulating Variable Rate Consumer Credit in Light of the
Truth in Lending Act”. Henkoff received his B.A., cum laude, with distinction, from the
University of Pennsylvania in 1982.
William (Bill) Dauber has practiced law since 1989, concentrating on mergers &
acquisitions, securities law and corporate finance. Dauber was previously associated
with Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal and Morrison Cohen Singer & Weinstein, LLP.
He has represented venture capital funds, investment funds, investment banks,
software companies, IT consulting firms and manufacturers on a broad range of
corporate matters. Currently his focus is on Securities Exchange Act disclosure,
compliance and corporate governance work for our public company clients and
corporate financing transactions.
Mr. Dauber received his B.A. degree in 1985 from New York University and his J.D. in
1989 from the National Law Center at The George Washington University, where he
graduated with honors.