Anil Advani General Information
Mr. Anil Advani is the Founder and serves as Managing Partner at Inventus Law. He served as a Legal advisor at Braigo. He serves as Chief executive Officer and Board Member at LogiNext. He serves as Board Member at Precily. He also serves as an Advisor at Eventerprise. He specializes in the representation of early-stage startup companies, venture funds, institutional angel investors, and many prominent angel investors in silicon valley, India, and other startup jurisdictions around the world. In the last 17 years practicing law in Silicon Valley, he has represented more than 2,000 startup companies and numerous founders, venture capital investors, angel investors, investment banks and venture debt investors in silicon valley and across the world, on issues relating to the formation, founder issues, consulting and advisory arrangements, capital structuring, angel financings, venture financings, debt financings, leasing, strategic licensing and customer arrangements, and mergers and acquisitions. He has represented clients in more than 300 financing and M&A transactions valued at over $2 billion in the aggregate. He also has an active practice representing: (1) U.S. based public companies, investment banks, financial institutions, and venture funds on acquisitions, financings, joint ventures, and other strategic transactions in India, and (2) companies from New York, Los Angeles, Arizona, Chicago, India, Singapore, Turkey, Brazil, Mexico, Columbia, Croatia, Iceland, Czech, Hungary, Romania, South Africa, the U.K. and other world jurisdictions in setting up operations in Silicon Valley. Prior to starting Inventus Law in September 2009, he was Of Counsel and Head of India Practice in the Menlo Park offices of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe. Before joining Orrick, he was General Counsel and Vice President of SemIndia, a pioneering effort to establish semiconductor manufacturing in India. In that role, he was responsible for coordinating with the Government of India in formulating a comprehensive semiconductor policy for India as well as with the State of Andhra Pradesh in structuring Fab City in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. Prior to joining SemIndia, he was a Senior Associate in the Silicon Valley offices of Cooley Godward where his practice focused on representing emerging companies and the venture funds and banks that finance those companies. He started his legal career practicing in the High Court of Delhi, India. He is licensed to practice in California, New York, and New Delhi, India.