Our attorneys pride themselves on their ability to help clients structure their businesses to think broadly about impact, inclusion, and stakeholders as part of their success. This includes working with clients to form and manage social purpose and benefit corporations or non-profits, to thinking broadly about ownership and financing strategies to ensure alignment with social impact goals. We also have substantial experience forming, converting, and helping to manage worker-owned cooperatives, as well as assisting employees purchase existing businesses.

Brett Heeger leads the firm’s social enterprise and worker-owned cooperative efforts in Southern California. He is a member of the California Center for Cooperative Development and a Sustainable Economies Law Fellow.