Independent Broker Dealer Consortium

Mick Law P.C., based in Omaha, Nebraska, is a specialty firm comprised of full-time and of-counsel attorneys who each possess a concentrated area of expertise and in-depth knowledge. In addition to their law school credentials, the attorneys also have professional and educational credentials, including MBAs, LLMs, and securities industry licenses (inactive).

While providing a broad range of legal services to our valued clients, our firm focuses on two principal areas of practice; broker dealer and registered investment advisor representation and real estate finance.

Additional areas of practice include:

  • Real Estate Transactions
  • FINRA Advertising Review
  • General Business Entity Formation
  • Litigation

Broker-Dealer and Registered Investment Advisor Representation:

Our firm understands the needs of today’s local and national broker dealers since we have been in their shoes. Firm attorneys have been employed by broker dealers who have syndicated real estate equity offerings in hospitality, senior living, office, and retail development, and acquisition, and have provided business planning and tax counsel.

Our firm’s due diligence representation includes:

Reviewing and opening various alternative investment asset classes including:

  • REITs (Public Non-Traded, Reg D and Reg A+)
  • Qualified Opportunity Zones (QOZ)
  • Delaware Statutory Trusts (DST)
  • Interval Funds
  • 1031/ Tenant-in-Common (TICs)
  • Private Equity: Funds and Direct Investments
  • Lending Funds / Debt Programs / Mezzanine Programs
  • Conservation-Oriented Real Estate
  • Liquid Alternatives / 40 Act Funds
  • Real Estate Equity Funds
  • Oil & Gas
  • Royalty Programs
  • Life Settlements
  • Cryptocurrency
  • Business Development Companies (BDCs)
  • Managed Futures and Hedge Funds

We provide clients individualized legal opinions with an additional focus on project and fund structure, financing, valuation, and exit analysis. We believe this experience allows us to assist our clients by understanding not only what the regulators require, but more importantly how a DPP product compares to its peer group and the likelihood of program performance.

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