Richard Gora and Gora LLC have advised startup and early stage companies on capital raises, securities and corporate law issues.

Richard Gora, Esq., founder and member of Gora LLC, represented Instapage on its $15,000,000 Series A Financing. Instapage, headquartered in the heart of Silicon Valley, is a leading landing page and post-click optimization solution for digital advertisers. Rich Gora says, “Instapage is a great company and its Founder and CEO, Tyson Quick, is a top-notch leader in the industry.”

Richard Gora remarked, “We are very excited for Instapage to grow its business with the help from Morgan Stanley Expansion Capital, the growth-focused private investment platform within Morgan Stanley Investment Management.”

Richard Gora and the team at Gora LLC, which consisted of Nicole O’Neil and Sinead Rafferty, engaged in substantial diligence and negotiation for the Series A financing. “Everyone worked tirelessly on this complicated deal with exemplary lawyers from Cooley,” Rich Gora added. “Tyson Quick and the Instapage team,” Nicole O’Neil said, “epitomize professionalism and excellence.” Sinead Rafferty concluded, “We could not have worked with a better CEO than Tyson Quick – his passion and drive for the business, the industry and his team is unrivaled.”

“We were all excited to close Instapage’s $15 million growth round so that it could scale its impressive landing page and post-click optimization solutions,” Rich Gora said.

“Ever since Tyson Quick formed Instapage in 2012, it has grown tremendously into the industry leader, and has world-class solutions for today’s and tomorrow’s markets.”

About Rich Gora and Gora LLC

Richard Gora and Gora LLC, headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut, provide counsel to business and individuals all over the world, including Australia, Hong Kong, Dubai, Ukraine, UK, Vietnam, Singapore, Romania, Cayman Island, British Virgin Islands on corporate, securities, business, intellectual property, litigation, and employment law issues.

Rich Gora has advised an investor group invest in Uber’s Series E valuing the firm at $40 billion.

He has litigated cases in state and federal courts around the US, including, most notably against Google and for the former Chief Financial Officer of Lehman Brothers.

He has represented a member of the Rockefeller Family, an executive of Spotify, a former founder of Google Energy, a former founder of, and a founder of Thinx.

He is counsel to The Founder Institute, the world’s premier idea-stage accelerator, business incubator, entrepreneur training and startup launch program headquartered in Silicon Valley, and he advises an international pharmacovigilance company as well.