Mr. Schnoor represents start-ups and other private and public companies in a wide range of industries. He has worked with numerous companies from their initial financing through initial public offerings or acquisitions, and has advised numerous public companies and their boards of directors. Mr. Schnoor works with companies across a broad range of industries, including ecommerce and other internet-based businesses; security and other enterprise software; life sciences and medtech; healthcare information technology; and alternative energy and other clean technologies.
A significant portion of Mr. Schnoor’s practice has involved cross-border financings and acquisitions. He has represented numerous investment banks in connection with underwritten offerings and their activities as financial advisors to companies engaged in mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Schnoor has also represented numerous private equity clients in connection with their own fund-raising and internal organizational issues as well as in making portfolio investments and in connection with matters affecting their portfolio companies.
Mr. Schnoor speaks frequently on financing, entrepreneurship and public offerings. He is widely recognized for his support of entrepreneurs, and has spoken on the topic at Harvard, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Yale. Mr. Schnoor is a key contributor to Goodwin's Founders Workbench, an online resource for start-ups, emerging companies and the entrepreneurial community. Mr. Schnoor is also on the Advisory Board to the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute; is a board member of MassChallenge Israel; and has participated as a judge in the Yale 50K, MIT $100K and MassChallenge Boston and Israel business plan competitions.