A partner in Lowenstein Sandler's Tech Group, David B. Haber focuses on mergers and acquisitions of venture and private equity-backed companies, private equity and venture capital transactions and angel investments. David has worked with technology companies his entire career, beginning in Silicon Valley during and after the late '90s technology boom and now from the New York area.
From seed-stage capital raising, to expansion stage financing transactions, to public company reporting and issuances, to multibillion dollar public/public acquisitions, his experience allows him to advise companies and investors through the entire company lifecycle. Playing an integral role from initial formation through exit, David has partnered with hundreds of companies and investors to form, finance, grow and exit their enterprises.
Since 2006, David has also served as an Adjunct Associate Professor of Finance and Economics at Columbia Business School, where he teaches a second-year course on venture capital and angel investing to MBA candidates.
When not hanging around with entrepreneurs and investors, you'll likely find David either with his treasured wife and kids, playing an electric guitar very loudly or daydreaming about cars.