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Michael G. Homeier
(310) 560-6901


318 Avenue I, Suite 206
Redondo Beach (Los Angeles), California 90277
United States
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Banking, Business/Corporate, Closely Held Business, Corporate Governance & Compliance, Mergers & Acquisitions, Non-Profit, Real Estate, Securities & Corporate Finance, Experienced EB-5 Attorney, EB-5 Regional Center Application Submission Provider
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Michael G. Homeier

Michael G. Homeier

The Law Office of Michael G. Homeier, PC is a law firm devoted exclusively to corporate and business transactional law, including securities.  Formerly co-founder of Homeier Law PC, principal Michael G. Homeier represents a broad variety of clients, both domestically and internationally, from established and publicly traded companies to startup businesses and entrepreneurs in a wide range of industries.  The firm’s practice includes finance, mergers and acquisitions, licensing, securities (including investment crowdfunding and blockchain/token offerings as well as EB-5), venture capital, new media, technology, e-commerce, real estate, and other general transactions.  The Law Office of Michael G. Homeier, PC is a leader in EB-5-related corporate and securities transactions, having represented through the firm a large number of regional centers as well as private EB-5 issuers on over 400 matters to date.  The firm’s principal, Michael G. Homeier, routinely presents at EB-5 industry events.


Michael G. Homeier

Michael G. Homeier practices in the area of general business, corporate, securities, transactional, and business financing law. With over 30 years' experience in the corporate and business transactional field (10 in EB-5), both as in-house corporate counsel and with private law firms, Michael brings a deep level of legal knowledge and expertise to the EB-5 industry.  With his prior firm Homeier Law PC, Michael has worked on over 400 EB-5 matters, representing a large number of regional centers and securities issuers in the EB-5 program, and assisting them with the structuring of their projects as well as the negotiation and drafting of corporate and securities documents relevant to the EB-5 program, such as private placement memoranda (PPMs), investor questionnaires, operating agreements, limited liability agreements, loan agreements, equity agreements, subscription agreements, and escrow agreements.  In addition to numerous engagements as a university law professor, Michael also actively participates in public speaking engagements, both in the EB-5, crowdfunding, and blockchain/token, and business law arenas, and as an inspirational speaker to teenage and young adult cancer survivors (as one himself) on finding post-treatment life success.  Michael received his J.D. from the University of Southern California Gould School of Law, and his B.A. from The University of California, Los Angeles. Michael is a member of the State Bar of California, the American Immigration Lawyers Association, IIUSA (Invest in the USA, the EB-5 trade organization), the EB-5 Securities Roundtable, the United States Naval Institute, SAG/AFTRA, and the Cancer Survivors Network.