Amy Fliam is a transactional associate attorney at Burns, Figa & Will, P.C. Amy advises clients at all stages of growth on a variety of transactional matters, helping them from initial entity selection and formation, to raising capital, and ultimate exit through sale, merger or acquisition. She has worked with companies in a variety of industries – technology, oil and gas, medical device manufacturing, and commercial real estate development. She has worked with emerging companies and established companies in connection with their acquisition and divesture strategies.
Using her background in finance, Amy partners with her clients to help them reach their ultimate goals, with particular experience working with venture capital funds, real estate development clients, joint ventures, emerging growth companies, and technology companies. She also counsels companies and investors through complex transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, convertible debt and venture capital financings, commercial real estate financing, technology contracts (SaaS and software licensing agreements) and public company securities compliance.
In her free time she enjoys skiing, hiking with her dog Jasper, and cheering on the South Carolina Gamecocks.
University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, J.D. (2014), Order of St. Ives and Order of the Coif
University of South Carolina, BSBA (2010), magnum cum laude
Areas of Expertise:
Mergers & Acquisition
Joint Ventures and Commercial Real Estate Financing
Venture Capital Fund Formation and Financing
- Denver Women in Technology
- American Bar Association
- Colorado Bar Association
- Colorado Women’s Bar Association
Articles and Speaking Engagements:
- Business Law Institute 2018, Your Top Ten List of Things Done Wrong Regarding LLCs – Co-Presenter with Herrick K. Lidstone
- Rome V. HEI Resources, Inc., the Continuing Saga of Joint Venture Interests Subject to Colorado Securities Act Regulation – Co-Author with Herrick K. Lidstone (March 5, 2018)
- CBA-CLE The Practitioners Guide to Colorado Business Organizations 2018 Edition, Stock Redemption and Cross Purchase Agreement, Co-Author with Herrick K. Lidstone.
- You Must Update Your Operating Agreements in Light of the New Partnership Rules (August 3, 2016)