Dan Van Fleet represents borrowers and lenders as well as venture capital and private equity firms with respect to debt financings, with a focus on the technology and life sciences industries.
Mr. Van Fleet draws on experience representing clients on all sides of debt financing transactions to deliver insightful counsel to borrowers, sponsors, and financial institutions. He has advised on billions of dollars’ worth of debt transactions, including:
- Growth debt, including venture, structured, royalty, and lower middle market
- Private equity, growth equity, and leveraged financings, including acquisitions, add-ons, and refinancings
- Asset-based transactions, including leasings
- Structured equity and pre-IPO financings
Mr. Van Fleet is a member of the firm’s Training and Career Enhancement Committee.
In law school, he was an editor on the Duke Law Journal and Duke Law & Technology Review. He is an active member of the Stanford and Duke Law alumni networks and currently serves as Co-Chair on the board of the Duke Law Club of Northern California.