Who We Are & What We Do

We are Bagchi Law. We are focused, responsive and agile. We partner with our clients and consistently exceed their expectations. We understand and navigate the world’s complex marketplace. We are Bagchi Law, and we do not stop until our clients succeed.

Learn More

Areas of Practice

CORPORATE

We serve as virtual general counsel to entrepreneurs, public and private U.S.-based companies, and multinational and international businesses doing business in the U.S. and around the world. Whether we are working with entrepreneurs in the startup phase of a venture or with a well-established public company in need of daily counsel, we help clients achieve immediate and long-term objectives. Learn More…

TAX

Tax matters inform the structure of nearly every corporate transaction our clients undertake. Our firm has years of experience in a wide range of domestic and international tax issues. Learn More…

TRANSACTIONAL

From the initial phases of end-goal identification, to the negotiation and closing process, we serve as trusted advisor to clients engaging in a wide variety of transactions, including venture and private equity financings, joint ventures and mergers and acquisitions. Our repertoire of legal capabilities helps clients to quickly and efficiently achieve their transactional goals. Learn More…

INTERNATIONAL

Expanding and operating globally requires an in-depth understanding of the challenges associated with doing business in foreign markets. With the capacity to serve clients in the dynamic expanse of international law, we help clients successfully navigate new global markets and achieve desired results. Learn More…

INDIA ADVISORY

Our firm effectively aids companies exploring business opportunities in both the U.S. and India. Through years of experience advising clients on doing business in India, we help clients understand and avoid the risks and potential pitfalls of the Indian business and legal environments. Learn More…

Our Core Team

Neil Bagchi
Attorney

An entrepreneur at heart, Neil understands the right deal strikes a balance between legal risk and business reward. He understands the challenges associated…

Learn More…

Vason Hamrick
Attorney

Prior to joining Bagchi Law, Vason served as in-­‐house corporate counsel to an investment administration firm, working closely with registered investment…

Learn More…

Surabhi Gawande
Attorney

Surabhi has several years of experience as a corporate transactional attorney advising on private equity and cross-border transactions. Prior to joining Bagchi Law…

Learn More…

Sean King
Of Counsel

Sean has served as counsel to a large global law firm, leading regional law firm, and a “Big 4″ accounting firm. These experiences uniquely position him as not only…

Learn More…

Glen W. Roberts II
Strategic Advisor

Glen has nearly two decades of legal experience advising on investment and finance transactions, particularly in cross-border scenarios. His clients have ranged from the world’s largest…

Learn More…

Jill Panall, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Human Resources and Organizational Development Specialist

Jill brings 20 years of HR experience at Fortune-500 companies including Georgia-Pacific and CBRE where she worked in Field HR,…

Learn More…

Practical Thinking

711, 2017

Clinical Trials in India (Part 1) – The early years of regulation

This is the first in a three-part series on regulatory requirements for clinical trials in India.

When it comes to regulating clinical trials in India, change is afoot. G.N. Singh, the …Read more.

1406, 2016

Public Benefit Corporation, B Corporation, or a 501(c)(3): What Structure Will Work Best for Your Organization?

Today’s social and philanthropic entrepreneur is faced with an increasing number of entity types and structures. What structure will work best for your organization’s mission and goals? Bagchi Law has consolidated its research and compiled a matrix to compare the salient features of PBCs against B corporations and 501(c)3 non-profits.
505, 2015

How to Avoid Presenting a Flat Tire for a Buyer to Kick: A Guide to the Venture Capital Due Diligence Process for Early-Stage Startups

Congratulations, you have successfully negotiated a term sheet on behalf of your startup! Now comes the not-totally-painless corporate equivalent of a full cavity search: due diligence.
505, 2015

Startup Tax Issues (Part 2) – “83(b) Elections”

Founders or other service providers receiving restricted stock should strongly consider making an 83(b) election in the year the restricted stock is granted. This election normally results in minimal additional taxation in the year it is made, but could avoid substantial taxes in future years.
CONNECT WITH US

Bagchi Law would like to proudly introduce you to BLGlobal Advisors, our new affiliate office in Toronto, Canada