The Johns Firm


Corporate | Securities | M&A | Technology

Renewable Energy | Finance | International


In any business, there can be a wide array of legal issues that need to be resolved. What is the best legal structure for your business? What agreements do you need to protect your rights with employees, contractors, suppliers, vendors and clients? How do you raise and maintain debt and equity capital? How do you protect your intellectual property? How do you protect your business when buying or selling its assets?

To ensure your enterprise and interests are fully protected, you need experienced business and corporate attorneys to advise you. You need The Johns Firm, PLLC.


Corporate law (also known as business, enterprise or company law) is the body of law governing the rights, relations and conduct of persons, companies, organizations and businesses. Corporate law often describes the law relating to matters which derive directly from the life-cycle of a company — formation, funding, governance and termination. The Johns Firm can make certain your business is in compliance with applicable laws, thereby protecting you from individual liability.


Your business may need debt or equity capital to grow. The Johns Firm can help you raise capital and maintain your compliance with the numerous federal and state regulations. We bring a simple but thorough approach to structuring debt, venture capital, private equity and other securities transactions. We represent issuing companies and numerous investors, including venture capital funds, private equity funds, family offices, financial institutions, angel investors and other private investors in a full range of transactions.

Mergers & Acquisitions

Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) is a branch of corporate law dealing with companies that are merging with or purchasing other companies. An M&A transaction will be among the most complex and significant events in the life of your business. The Johns Firm can assist you with the appropriate structure and financing for your transaction, and provide advice concerning the drafting, negotiation and performance of contracts for the sale of all or portions of your business.


All of our clients will either produce or use intellectual property (IP). With a deep understanding of the technology industry in both software and hardware development, The Johns Firm can assist you with all aspects of technology and IP, including issues relating to ownership, licensing, development, joint development and distribution. We also assist our clients with general website matters, such as terms of use and privacy policies.

Renewable Energy

Whether your project includes wind, solar, storage, carbon capture or otherwise, The Johns Firm can guide you through every phase of your development — site control, easements, pre-construction studies, tax abatements, interconnection agreements, permitting, equipment supplier negotiations, EPC construction negotiations, project company sales, surface and mineral title matters, estoppels, financial and tax equity closings and ongoing operations.


Financial law is the law and regulation of the insurance, derivatives, commercial banking, capital markets and investment management sectors. Understanding Financial Law is crucial to appreciating the creation and formation of banking and financial regulation, as well as the legal framework for finance generally. The Johns Firm is well-versed in all areas of Finance Law in support of our other described practice areas.


International Law (also known as public international law and law of nations) is the set of rules, norms and standards generally accepted in relations between nations. International Law establishes normative guidelines and a common conceptual framework to guide states across a broad range of domains, including war, diplomacy, trade and human rights. International law thus provides a means for states to practice more stable, consistent and organized international relations. Contact The Johns Firm for more information as to how we can assist you in areas of International Law.