Michael Wyatt has left Hogan & Hartson ahead of its May 1 merger with Lovells to join Foley Hoag as a partner in Washington.
Wyatt, who was a partner at Hogan, focuses on advising small business investment companies on structuring, fund formation, licensure, regulatory, operational, taxation, transactional, restricted operations, liquidation, receivership matters.
Wyatt served as general counsel of the Small Business Association from 1991 through 1993. He is also a former associate deputy secretary at the Labor Department. In private practice, Wyatt has previously worked at Semmes, Bowen & Semmes and Proskauer Rose
In a statement, William Kolb, Co-Managing Partner of Foley Hoag, said, “Mike has spent his career building a true specialty serving the needs of SBICs and SBLCs. His government experience allows him to navigate the complexities involved in serving these entities, and he is widely regarded as one of the country’s foremost experts in SBA matters.”
Wyatt could not be reached for comment.