• Ann Lamport Hamilton (

    Ann has handled trademark work for Pillar. 

  • Bill Schnoor (Goodwin Procter | | LinkedIn)

    Goodwin Procter's Founder's Workbench provides comprehensive resources for founders. 

  • Jay Hachigan (Gunderson Dettmer | | LinkedIn)

    Jay and his team handle the majority of Pillar's legal needs. Gunderson serves high growth technology and life sciences companies from start-up to maturity, and 250+ of the world's leading venture capital firms.

  • Michael Jabbawy (Morse, Barnes-Brown & Pendleton | | LinkedIn)

    Pillar had a great experience working with Michael and his team on our office lease. Michael is embedded in the startup ecosystem and enjoys collaborating with emerging startups. 

  • Mick Bain (WilmerHale | | LinkedIn)

    Pillar's Sarah Hodges worked with Mick on the sale of Smarterer, a Boston-based startup that was acquired by Pluralsight. WilmerHale's Lauch program is tailored specifically to startups. Learn more here:

  • Patrick Murck (Cooley | | LinkedIn)

    Patrick and his team at Murck are pioneering much of the legal work in the crypto / ICO space. Patrick's practice focuses on the legal and regulatory issues facing fintech and emerging payment systems. He has a deep understanding of the fintech industry, having been involved in a number of startups as an employee, entrepreneur and advisor.

  • Steve Cagnetta (Company Counsel | | LinkedIn)

    Pillar's Sarah Hodges has worked with Steve Cagnetta across several startups from inception through exit on everything from employment agreements to employee options to contracts and more. Steve is particularly helpful for startups who would prefer not to work with a big firm, and are looking for a more accessible advice. See Templates for several free legal documents Steve prepared for startups to use.