Bryan K. Prosek
Member
(614) 458-9793
Office: Columbus
Energy
Business
Employment
Litigation
Attorney
J.D. The Ohio State University
B.S.B.A. The Ohio State University
Licensure: OH
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Biography

Clients say that Bryan Prosek is easy to work with and shares their drive to get the deal done, and to get it done right.  During complex, fast-paced business transactions, he acts both as the keeper of the details and the ring master, making sure that critical tax, securities, employee benefits, labor and employment, and operational elements are addressed. In addition, Bryan advises clients on securities offerings, federal and state registration compliance, mergers and acquisitions, real estate, contracts, license agreements, corporate governance, banking and finance, corporate and partnership tax planning, and non-profit tax-exempt matters. Bryan’s clients work in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, technology, professional services, and financial institutions.

Work Experience

2011 Steptoe & Johnson PLLC
1999-2011 Schottenstein Zox & Dunn, Co., LPA
1991-1999 Eastman & Smith Ltd.

Speaking Engagements

M&A (Mergers & Acquisitions) chapter in ebook, Lessons From The Field, published by ExecSense

Ohio State Bar Association Desk Manual, Business Law and Practice Chapter

Presenter, Choice of Entity and Non-Profit Tax-Exempt Seminars

Presenter, Banking in the Utica and Marcellus Assets, Steptoe & Johnson

Presenter, Capitalization for Start-up and Early Stage Companies

Key Experience

Assisted seller in the divestiture of intellectual property, veterinary medical technology, and assets including creatively structuring the deal to reduce risk for the seller
Represented international manufacturing company in the acquisition of a U.S. based plastic recycling company
Represented companies in connection with SEC and state securities registration compliance

Memberships & Awards

Professional
The Best Lawyers in America® 2014-2019
Ohio Super Lawyers Rising Star, 2005, 2006
Association for Corporate Growth