Paul Share began legal practice in 1973, specializing in corporate and securities law. He also has extensive experience in loan agreements, the formation, acquisition and sale of businesses, and the negotiating and drafting of a wide variety of contracts, including employment agreements, shareholder agreements, leasing agreements, and software development and licensing agreements and the representations of start-ups and high-tech companies.
Between 1977 and 1986, he worked extensively within the consulting and computer leasing subsidiaries of a large publicly-traded conglomerate before joining a Houston-based firm in 1986, where he specialized in developing his transactional practice and representing clients in general commercial litigation.
Paul headed that firm’s New York office until 1991, when he decided to devote much of his practice to start-ups and small businesses in the software and high tech fields. He has found that practicing in small firms allows him to provide clients with a level of affordability and personal attention that big firms cannot offer.