Mr. Wojcik has been counseling businesses and non-profits for over 15 years in all phases of their life cycles, across a range of related legal, business and organizational issues. He regularly advises clients on extraordinary transactions and in sophisticated negotiations, as well as on issues affecting the day-to-day conduct of their activities and protection of their interests.
In particular, Mr. Wojcik represents entrepreneurs and established businesses in various complex matters, including structuring new businesses, private equity & debt financing, securities law compliance, joint ventures, shareholder/partnership agreements, corporate governance, executive compensation, employment/consulting agreements, mergers & acquisitions (buy and sell side), commercial contracts, trademarks & copyrights, license agreements, non-disclosure agreements and other concerns related to starting, protecting, growing and exiting business ventures.
In addition, Mr. Wojcik advises non-profits and their boards concerning formation, internal governance, fiduciary duties, fundraising, constituency relations, regulatory compliance and accountability standards, and is outside general counsel to non-profits, including an international religious organization.
Mr. Wojcik is an honorably discharged U.S. Army veteran, having served on active duty four years in the cold war era as an intelligence analyst and Russian translator
- University of Notre Dame Law School (J.D. 1997)
- Temple University (B.B.S. 1993, magna cum laude)