With almost two decades as an accomplished legal professional under his belt, Troy draws upon a breadth of experience as an attorney and as a small business owner. He leverages a deep knowledge of simple and complex business matters to create sustainable legal strategies for startups and small businesses.
Troy is a seasoned attorney and entrepreneur. For over 18 years, he has worked with a variety of small and large businesses at various stages of growth. After successfully managing his own practice for seven years, he was recruited by a former client that had merged with Baker Tilly, a large multinational professional services firm. While his Big Company experience was invaluable, Troy realized his true passion lies in helping small businesses and startups achieve their goals.
As an attorney at Baker Tilly, Troy gained critical knowledge on the operations side of a large business. He is skilled at translating this knowledge into opportunities for his smaller clients.
Troy’s extensive career as both in-house counsel and as a legal consultant for outside clients,
allows him to provide comprehensive legal guidance for Foundry Law clients.
With a strong background in business, transaction, and real estate matters, he has considerable experience drafting and reviewing licensing agreements, joint venture and service agreements, vendor agreements, nondisclosure agreements as well as employment and independent contractor agreements. Troy’s real estate experience also includes purchase and sale, merger, acquisition, and development (residential and commercial), leasing, and landlord/tenant matters.
Troy also has experience navigating the EB-5 program, advising U.S. based businesses and entrepreneurs on the necessary requirements (including job creation) to obtain foreign investment.
At home, Troy and his wife—a public school teacher—have their hands full with their adorable 8-year-old twins. They love taking the family on relaxing outdoor excursions. Weather permitting,
they enjoy spending time with each other while playing and relaxing near any body of water.
Troy also stays connected with his community by serving on the Board of Trustees of a local non-profit organization and coaching youth soccer.
When he is in wind-down mode, Troy uses his remaining free time to go for a quick run or golf.