> Hunter Business Law

The Entrepreneur's Law Firm®

Exclusively working with Growth-Focused Entrepreneurs and Their Business Enterprises, as well as Investors in Early Stage Companies.

Hunter Business Law was founded by Sheryl Hunter with the unique needs of entrepreneurs in mind, both in terms of its practice areas, which include corporate and contract work, securities, intellectual property, and mergers and acquisitions, and in terms of hiring attorneys who are highly responsive and adept at blending legal protection with business pragmatism.

Our relationship with our clients is like that which is expected of in-house legal counsel. Our team of attorneys are interested, engaged, and dedicated counselors to our clients. We are accessible, without the fulltime payroll obligations of in-house counsel. We may not be down the hall, but we are your counsel on call.

Sheryl Hunter, Esq. - Founding Partner - Tampa

Ajay Singh, Esq., CPA Gainesville

Ajay Singh, a partner at Hunter Business Law, enjoys helping business owners and executives construct sound legal and business strategies. As both a licensed attorney and a certified public accountant, Ajay uses his extensive professional knowledge and training to provide a comprehensive approach to meet clients’ needs. As a triple gator, Ajay is excited to bring the vision of Hunter Business law to his old stomping grounds, while serving clients on the entrepreneurial continuum. Like all of the attorneys at Hunter Business Law, Ajay serves as outside general counsel for clients ranging from start-up companies who are looking to raise capital all the way to large companies with an international footprint.

Adam Hersh, Esq. – Partner – Tampa

Adam Hersh, a partner at Hunter Business Law, is a multi-state licensed attorney with a passion to protect, defend, and advocate for his clients. Adam, a gator alum, got his start in the business world as one of the in-house corporate counsels for Axogen Corporation, a start-up medical device company with its roots in Alachua and now a publicly-traded company. Adam now divides his practice between commercial litigation and contract negotiations.


  1. Brainstorm new business ideas with college friends

  2. Start a new company with a few classmates

  3. Engage a business law firm to assist with initial entity structuring, formation, & partner agreement

  4. Participate in an incubator

  5. Brand your company with a great name, design a logo, & protect them with a federal trademark registration

  6. Launch beta site; have your attorney prepare Terms of Service & a Privacy Policy

  7. Build your team: Have your attorney create a Stock Options Plan & Restrictive Covenants Agreement to protect proprietary assets

  8. Your company is expanding: It’s time to move into a bigger space.  Make sure your attorney reviews your lease agreement

  9. Start gaining traction with $20,000 in monthly recurring revenue

  10. Do a Convertible Note seed round to raise $500,000 in capital

  11. Grow to $75,000 in monthly recurring revenue

  12. Enter into a Channel Partner Agreement & other strategic agreements for growth

  13. Partner dispute arises; engage an attorney to buyout burned-out partner who needs more stability in his life

  14. Develop an advisory board and engage an attorney to help issue stock options to advisors

  15. Have an attorney prepare an equity security offering as a Seed Series 2 raise of $2.5 M new money & convert noteholders

  16. Exceed $200,000 in monthly recurring revenue

  17. Engage an attorney to assist with the acquisition of two companies with complementary software using investor funds

  18. Engage M&A attorney to sell your company for a successful exit


At Florida Funders, we have come to rely on Hunter Business Law for much of our legal advice and counsel. Sheryl and her team are awesome to work with, and we know that we can always count on them for responsiveness, for creative and entrepreneurial thinking, and for giving us practical legal opinions that take into consideration the business aspects of any situation. Hunter Business Law is a true business partner of Florida Funders, in every sense of the word”.

~ Tom Wallace, Managing Partner of Florida Funders.


“Ajay Singh was instrumental in the sale of our business. His legal and financial acumen, along with his tremendous M&A experience, provided invaluable guidance and insights throughout the process. He helped us to negotiate the best possible deal with a focus on both our short- and longterm needs and wants.”

~ Ben Noonan and Mark Rubin, Moku Collective.

Disclaimer: Prospective clients may not obtain the same or similar results.


“Adam has a great understanding of the balance between business and legal issues. He is diligent in his pursuit of the correct answers and has the intelligence to work through the problems.”

~ Greg Freitag, General Counsel and Board Director at Axogen Corporation

Hunter Business Law

119 S. Dakota Avenue,
Tampa, FL, 33606 Offices: Tampa – Gainesville* *by appointment only

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