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Lee Muhl, JD - Principal Consultant, Business Plan Consultant

Lee Muhl, JD - Principal Consultant
Portland, OR & Los Angeles, CA

Lee Muhl’s consulting practice spans a number of industries and sectors.  Lee works constantly in real estate, entertainment content and Internet platforms, but his practice over the past decade has also included new technology, mobile solutions, health care, consumer products, energy and resource opportunities, insurance solutions and other investment opportunities.

Lee is an experienced attorney, a former partner in two prominent Los Angeles transactional law firms, a former NASD securities licensee (Series 7 and 63), a former California Real Estate broker, a three-time CEO and a two-time COO.   

Lee is often consulted on technology concepts and has worked on digital solutions, fintech, SaaS/PaaS, artificial currency, encryption, mobile solutions, digital entertainment (a $1 billion project in tandem with JP Morgan and Blackstone Equity), digital content delivery (e.g., film/TV/video delivered over OTT VOD platforms), VFX, 3D, VR, production management, virtual performance, and digital entertainment venues.  He has recently advised on several large-scale themed real estate/retail/entertainment-amenity concepts with planned funding of nearly $1 billion.

Lee works in these fields as a Principal Consultant with Cayenne Consulting, LLC – for clients ranging from early-stage to mid-cap companies -- creating investment plans, market opportunity and feasibility studies, financial forecasts and “safe harbor” investment documentation for C-suite executives, entrepreneurs, vendors, distributors and funders.  

Lee holds a B.A. in History from the University of California at Los Angeles and a J.D. from the UCLA School of Law where he served as a member and Senior Editor of the UCLA Law Review.

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