David N. Feldman, a partner at Hiller, PC, concentrates his practice on corporate and securities law and mergers and acquisitions, as well as general representation of public and private companies, entrepreneurs, investors, and private equity and venture capital firms. Mr. Feldman also advises emerging growth companies with regard to alternatives to traditional financing through initial public offerings. He is considered an authority on public offerings through SEC Regulation A+. He published a book on that subject, called Regulation A+ and Other Alternatives to a Traditional IPO (John Wiley & Sons), in 2018. Mr. Feldman also represents a wide range of clients, including entrepreneurial companies, investors, lenders, investment banking firms and other businesses, in the emerging legal cannabis industry. He provides guidance on private placements, public offerings, loan structuring and fund formation for cannabis companies, as well as corporate structuring advice and applications for grow, processing and dispensary licenses. He advises on risk assessment issues for large, multinational businesses seeking to enter the cannabis industry. He is a founding partner of Skip Intro Advisors, a cannabis-focused business consulting firm focused on strategic and financial advisory, branding, technology and license application preparation and submission. In April 2019 the global guide Chambers & Partners ranked Mr. Feldman as a leading US attorney in cannabis law and one of only seven US lawyers in “band 1” for corporate and transactional work in the industry. In addition, in October 2018 the National Law Journal named him a “Cannabis Law Trailblazer” and in January 2019 Business Insider named him as a top lawyer in the cannabis industry.
Mr. Feldman is the former team lead of an AmLaw 100 firm’s Cannabis Industry Group. He frequently speaks at industry conferences and is quoted by numerous publications about legal developments and business news in this rapidly expanding market. A graduate of the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania as well as the University of Pennsylvania Law School, Mr. Feldman is the former chair of Wharton’s worldwide alumni association board.