Clients benefit from Dain’s broad general corporate and transactional experience, developed through extensive in-house and large firm practice.
He began his career as in-house counsel, and has served as General Counsel for a publicly traded technology company. Dain has since spent more than fifteen years practicing transactional and corporate law at Charlotte firms, focusing his representation on high growth entrepreneurs and startups.
Dain uses both of these perspectives to tailor his advice and serve his clients at Bishop, Dulaney, Joyner & Abner. Dain’s experience makes him especially skilled at navigating the nuances of corporate law, providing legal assistance to business owners, entrepreneurs and investors, from formation through funding and successful exits.
Dain’s practice focuses on providing practical legal advice to help entrepreneurs decide how to structure and finance their start-up, assist with the purchase and sale of businesses, provide outside general counsel services, prepare shareholder and operating agreements, and implement employee option and bonus plans.
While he assists all types of businesses, Dain has a particular focus on advising high growth entrepreneurs on how to structure their company for angel, venture or private equity funding, as well as growing toward and executing a successful exit.
Wake Forest University School of Law
Washington and Lee University