Mark Wiranowski’s practice focuses on electric and gas utility regulation and corporate and commercial transactions in the energy, communications and information technology sectors. His work includes advising startup and established companies on emerging issues and market opportunities across states in the electric and gas industries. Mr. Wiranowski also has significant experience working with information technology and cleantech companies and investors on venture capital financings, mergers and stock purchases, asset purchases and sales, public offerings, lending transactions, and licensing, manufacturing and other commercial transactions. His clients have included companies focused on smart grid and energy use, home automation, low power wireless sensors, big data applications, voice over wi-fi, healthcare IT, advertising technology and cybersecurity.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Wiranowski practiced with the Colorado office of a large Silicon Valley-based law firm. Mr. Wiranowski graduated first in his class at Colorado Law and served as the Managing Director of the Deming Center Venture Fund. Prior to law school, he served in leadership positions in several education-oriented non-profits and consulted for small businesses. Mr. Wiranowski is an avid outdoor enthusiast and spent several years as a mountaineering instructor for Outward Bound.
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