neil cooper

neil cooper

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Executive Partner – Royer Cooper Cohen Braunfeld LLC

Neil Cooper is a co-founder and Executive Partner of Royer Cooper Cohen Braunfeld LLC (RCCB), a fast growing mid-Atlantic boutique law firm of 60 lawyers founded in 2012.  RCCB attorneys think and act like entrepreneurs and business people, while serving a range of sophisticated clients in diverse industries, including a wide variety of both technology and traditional companies. Neil also serves as Past President of the Philadelphia-Israel Chamber of Commerce, where he focuses on connecting Israeli companies to companies in the Philadelphia region and enhancing the opportunities for commerce between Israel and the region. His legal practice focuses on business transactions and corporate law matters, and he effectively serves as outside general counsel to many of his clients.  He advises clients on structuring, negotiating, and documenting “bet-your-company” mergers and acquisitions, finance transactions, commercial transactions, and a broad range of business agreements, with emphasis on emerging growth and middle market companies, entrepreneurs, executives and investors in a variety of industries. Neil also counsels founders, executives, and investors with respect to equity positions, governance, employment arrangements, and agreements among investors.  RCCB has a robust international practice, with a particular focus on working with Israeli companies in the U.S. market and American companies doing business with Israel. Neil began his career as a member of the Business & Finance Section of the international law firm Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP. he then joined EXE Technologies, a leading provider of supply chain execution software, which grew to over $100 million in revenues, 800 employees, and operations in 15 countries during his tenure as General Counsel.  He was also the founder and Managing Member of Cooper Law Group, LLC, a firm that he founded and built to respond to the particular needs of emerging growth, technology, life science and middle market companies. Neil received his J.D., 1995, from Columbia University School of Law, and his A.B., 1991, from Harvard College.  He was also a Raoul Wallenberg Scholar at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem from 1991 –  1992.
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