Tim Curry has represented emerging growth and public technology companies in public offerings, venture capital (VC) financings, and mergers and acquisitions for more than 25 years. He also represents lending VC firms in growth equity financings, as well as investment banks in public equity and debt offerings. He regularly advises boards of directors and executive teams in complex corporate governance and public reporting matters.
Tim represents a broad range of technology companies at all growth stages, including Five9 (Nasdaq), a leading provider of cloud-based contact center solutions; Minted, a crowd-sourced design company; OneStream Software, a leading provider of corporate performance management software and KKR portfolio company; and YETI (NYSE), the leading cooler, drinkware, and outdoor accessory company. He also represents VC funds, growth equity funds, strategic investors, and investment banks, including Adams Street Partners, Canaccord Genuity, Cortec Group, and KKR.
Tim is chair of the Board of Directors of Special Olympics, Northern California and Nevada and has served on the board for more than six years. He has spoken at business and legal conferences on IPOs, VC, and corporate governance and has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal and other publications regarding IPOs and Silicon Valley.
SEC Approves New Rules Regarding General Solicitation in Certain Private Offerings and Adopts "Bad Actor" Provisions
- March 4-5, 2014
Corporate Board Member West Coast Boardroom Summit & Peer Exchange
- University of California, Los Angeles (J.D. 1990); University of California, Berkeley (B.A. in Political Economy with honors 1987)
- Securities and Exchange Commission, one of only two UCLA law students chosen for SEC externship program (Spring 1989)
The Best Lawyers in America (2016-2020)
Northern California Super Lawyers (2012-2013)
Recommended by The Legal 500 United States (2011-2014, 2016, and 2020)
Chair of Board, and Member of Executive Committee, Special Olympics Northern California and Nevada