Shelley is a member of HMB’s Business and Finance Group, providing clients with general business counsel and transactional advice focused on growth strategies.
Innovative Solutions, Growth Mindset
Shelley devotes her time to all aspects of business planning for middle-market companies, from sales and supply chain to acquisitions and exit strategies. She represents privately-held companies and their investors, executives, investor groups and family offices in the technology, media and telecommunications, manufacturing, distribution, logistics, food and beverage, pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industries and has deep experience negotiating with big-box retailers on supply and service agreements.
Addressing a wide range of employment issues, Shelley advises companies on compliance with obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Workers’ Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act and other state, federal and local employment laws. This includes drafting and implementing restrictive covenant plans and agreements, harassment and discrimination policies and prevention programs, employee handbooks and drug testing policies and programs.
Clients rely on Shelley to implement a wide range of tax-advantaged capital structures, shareholder and family-ownership structures, and private-equity and venture-capital structures to enhance growth and facilitate optimal exit strategies.
Washington University, J.D.
Washington University, M.A. in Islamic and Near Eastern Studies
Washington University, B.A. in Jewish and Near Eastern Studies with honors