NIK TALREJA PARTNER, CO-FOUNDER
+1 (650) 597-0598
Nik has extensive experience solving legal and business problems for high-growth companies, ranging from founders with an idea to publicly-traded companies. He works closely with his clients as outside general counsel, advising on complex corporate and commercial matters, product development, and operational issues.
Prior to co-founding Talis, Nik was an associate at two leading law firms, Cooley and Weil, Gotshal & Manges. Nik’s business experience involves co-founding a digital media company, working in investment banking, and serving as an operations and strategy advisor to the Boards of Directors of multiple emerging companies.
In his free time, Nik enjoys film photography, playing with his two dogs (one of whom inspired the Talis logo), biking, traveling, and reading about new gadgets.
UCLA – School of Law, JD (2012)
UCLA – Anderson School of Management, Corporate Finance Intensive
USC – Marshall School of Business, BS in Corporate Finance & Entrepreneurship (2007)
Eric has significant experience advising high-growth companies and established later-stage businesses on corporate, securities, and transactional matters. Eric serves as primary counsel to his clients and assists them with establishing corporate and commercial structures and liaising with strategic partners to promote fast and flexible growth.
Prior to co-founding Talis, Eric was an associate at two major law firms, Cooley and Kirkland & Ellis. Previously, he held several positions in government, the private sector, and nonprofit organizations, including working for the White House, U.S. Department of State, two federal judges, LaFrance Corporation, the Center for Strategic and International Studies, and the Support Center for Child Advocates.
In his free time, Eric enjoys hiking, painting, yoga, and exploring global cuisine. Eric also co-chairs the Redwood City Downtown Neighborhood Association and volunteers with at-risk youth.
The George Washington University Law School, Order of the Coif, JD (2010)
The Pennsylvania State University, Schreyer Honors College, BA in Communication Arts and Sciences (2005)
District of Columbia