Holly L. Collins assists many small to mid-sized businesses, counseling them on day-to-day matters and assisting with acquisitions and divestitures. She has also drafted numerous license agreements.
Collins’ principal areas of focus include corporate law and intellectual property law.
Collins has assisted clients with formation and operation of not-for-profit corporations.
Collins has been involved in numerous private placement transactions, including a multi-state offering of limited liability company interests.
She has represented a large governmental entity, assisting with contract preparation and review, procurement issues, financing transactions and other matters.
Collins has represented issuers and underwriters in the area of municipal finance, including numerous tax-exempt bond finance transactions.
She regularly assists clients with intellectual property matters, including prosecution of trademark and copyright applications. She also counsels clients with respect to trademark infringement matters.
She has served as a member of the Florida Bar Readers Program since 1997. In that capacity, she develops bar exam questions and grades bar exam essay questions.
Collins is involved in various community and professional organizations. As part of that commitment, she has made a presentation to the Rollins College Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership Center on “Legal and Ethical Responsibilities of Nonprofit Boards.”