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Nutter Represents Code-X, Inc. in Series A Financing

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Nutter served as legal counsel to Code-X, Inc., a software development company, in connection with a Series A financing. By Light Professional IT Services LLC led the investment in the growth capital financing round. The legal team was led by Michael Kushnir in the Corporate and Transactions Department and included Portia Keady and AJ Santaniello on corporate matters and Chris McLoon on tax matters.

Based in Georgia, Code-X provides the first Non-Mathematical Encryption (NME)-based platform that creates a complete, quantum ready, security solution for any legacy, transactional, and/or blockchain environment that resides locally or in the cloud.

Nutter’s Corporate and Transactions Department represents domestic and international corporations, publicly traded and privately-held companies, private equity firms, nonprofit institutions, and family-owned businesses in a wide variety of domestic and cross-border transactions. The firm’s attorneys advise on significant transactions in every major industry sector, including manufacturing, high technology, life sciences, banking, professional services, real estate, energy, medical devices, and health care. Nutter’s corporate law practice handles the full range of M&A and private equity transactions, including representing buyers and sellers in auctions and bid processes, mergers, asset sales, stock purchases, leveraged buyouts, roll-ups, joint ventures, PIPEs, going private transactions, exchanges of securities, friendly and hostile tender offers, and proxy contests.

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Nutter is a Boston-based law firm that provides legal counsel to industry-leading companies, early stage entrepreneurs, institutions, foundations, and families, across the country and around the world. The firm’s business and finance, intellectual property, litigation, real estate and land use, labor and employment, tax, and trusts and estates practices are national in scope. The firm was co-founded in 1879 by former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis, before his appointment to the Court. For more information, please visit and follow the firm on LinkedIn.

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