Chuong Le represents clients in the areas of private client services, corporate law, and cross-border transactions. He has represented individuals and multi-generational families in legacy planning, public and private foundations, charitable giving and tax planning. Chuong has also represented domestic and international companies during startup and formation, corporate restructures, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, import and export, and provided counsel to companies entering emerging markets, restructures, succession planning and growth strategies. He has also represented companies in various phases of real estate holdings and investments. Chuong emphasizes providing his clients with personal attention and an innovative and comprehensive approach to helping them meet their business and legal needs. He is dedicated to understanding the challenges that clients face on a regular basis and working closely with them to assist in achieving their goals.
April Greene Apking brings over a decade of legal experience to the firm with an emphasis in the areas of immigration, space and telecommunications, and business and corporate law. Ms. Greene Apking works with businesses in applying for various visas for employees and with individuals in applying for visas, permanent residence, and naturalization. In addition, she has represented clients in immigration court as well as before the Board of Immigration Appeals and Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. She works closely with the local community to provide education on immigration processes and benefits. In Ms. Greene Apking’s business and corporate practice, she uses her legal expertise to guide decisions involving corporate acquisitions and transitions. She has worked with non-profits and start-up companies advising on corporate governance and structure.
Colby Weber brings over a decade of experience to the firm serving clients in the areas of business and corporate law, estate planning, and tax law. Colby approaches complex legal issues in a practical and efficient manner that results in a solution for clients. She has represented clients with complex tax issues before the IRS, advised charities and non-profits, and represented multigenerational families in their legacy planning and wealth preservation. Ms. Weber’s background in economics steered her interest in tax law which naturally evolved into her other areas of expertise that address the needs of both businesses and individuals.
Elle Tauer has represented clients in business and non-profit formation, general litigation, tax matters and resolution, and estate planning. She has extensive experience in representing clients in front of the Internal Revenue Service and the U.S. Tax Court. She takes an integrated approach in solving client issues in order to account for the many variables that faces many businesses and individuals. Elle’s background in Classical Studies fostered her interest in multiple legal fields which continues to assist her multifaceted analysis of various topics and compliments the complexities of general litigation.
Dan Ackerman is 3i Law’s Chair of Intellectual Property Practice Group. Dan Ackerman partners with and supports leading brand owners in both the transactional side of intellectual property as well as the brand management side. Dan counsels clients on early phase assessment and development of IP assets, structures and negotiates the operational agreements that help brands grow, and serves as a trusted advisor in maintaining and protecting clients IP rights. His practice focuses on brand management, trademark, copyright, domain, privacy and data security, business and technology transactions, licensing and litigation matters for clients in virtually all fields of business. Dan’s experience covers a broad spectrum of technology, software, consumer products, health, medical and science, entertainment, manufacturing, food and beverage, and other industries. In a complex evolving legal market, the recognition of adding the most value to client’s business model without spoiling their budget is key. Tailored IP strategy is an integral part of developing brands into market staples. Dan focuses on carefully crafting an approach to protecting intellectual capital that is aligned with the strategic vision of each client.
Jessamyn focuses her practice on employment law, civil litigation, and commercial law. She advises employers regarding anti-harassment and anti-discrimination, return-to-work protocols, restrictive covenants, employee/independent contractor classifications and agreements, separation and severance negotiations and agreements, and employee handbooks. Jessamyn has also assisted with internal workplace investigations, as well as investigating internal Title VII complaints for numerous higher educational institutions. She has given numerous presentations to employers and human resource associations regarding workplace compliance with state and federal laws, employment law updates, and best practices. Jessamyn also practices general civil and commercial litigation, ranging from contract disputes to business separations. Her number one goal when working to resolve any dispute is to listen to the needs of the client and figure out the most efficient and effective way to achieve resolution.
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