Connor Hubach serves as outside corporate counsel for a wide variety of businesses. Connor's practice is focused primarily on corporate law, securities, mergers and acquisitions, commercial transactions, intellectual property, licensing, internet law and agreements, and general business contracts. Connor works with technology-driven emerging growth companies, traditional service providers, investors, private equity funds, and franchises and advises his clients on a diverse range of business issues, including raising capital, organizing management and capital structures, compliance, hiring employees, allocating risk, and implementing strategic relationships.
Connor is exclusively focused on transactional law and has not been in a courtroom since he received a speeding ticket in 2002. Connor runs an attorney volunteer program at Phoenix Children's Hospital, serves on various committees, including InvestSouthwest's Steering Commitee and Arizona Technology Council's Law and Technology Committee, is a mentor at VentureMadness, and was one of the initial organizers of Phoenix StartupWeek. Connor has taught "Business Organizations" and "Integrating Legal and Business Practices" as an adjunct professor at the MLS level. Connor graduated from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University with a Juris Doctor and specialization in Genomics and Biotechnology Law.