Paul has worked at large and small firms, and as in-house counsel at a fortune 1000 publicly-traded company. Throughout his career, Paul has advised and assisted in the formation of hundreds of companies and reviewed, negotiated, and drafted a wide range of the various types of contracts needed by his clients.

JD, Wayne State University
BA, University of Michigan

Bar Admissions & Memberships
State of New York
Eastern District of New York
Southern District of New York
United States Supreme Court

Representative Matters Include:

  • Acted as general counsel for Advanced Travel Services, Inc. prior to its sale by the owners, and in that capacity, represented the client in numerous agreements with its corporate clients, as well as several joint venture agreements and in several litigations.
  • Acted as general counsel and advised the founders of Bitflip Interactive Group in leaving their former employer without violating non-disclosure or non-compete obligations, helped them form the company, negotiated, and drafted the shareholders agreement, and represented the client with respect to its engagement agreements with its various clients, many of whom were Fortune 1000 Companies.
  • Represented Bren-Tronics, a world-wide leader supplier of military batteries, in a wide range of matters including the acquisition and the sale of various subsidiaries and affiliated entities, drafting various benefit plans for key and other employees. Mr. Share is a member of this company’s advisory board of directors.
  • Counseled the owner of an entity, Client Centrix LLC, in connection with his relationship with his former employer, and then with the lengthy negotiations of the terms of a beta test of the client’s software with a Fortune 500 company.
  • Assisted with Cloverleaf Digital’s formation and shareholder agreements and reviewed several license agreements with various cable television and other technology companies.
  • Represented the owners of the intellectual property relating to “Conan the Barbarian” in the sale of this intellectual property first to a public company for stock, and then when the public company went bankrupt, in recovering the intellectual property from the bankruptcy estate and reselling it for cash to a European buyer.
  • Acted as general counsel of DYG, Inc. for over 15 years, representing them with various contracts, shareholder and employee matters and real estate transactions and financings.
  • Helped Gallery Systems negotiate software licenses with dozens of major museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The MOMA, the Getty Museum, the Guggenheim Museum, the Tate Museum, and the Smithsonian, and represented the company when it was sold to the owner of a number of software companies.