Burns & Levinson represented Heal, a health care startup that provides a doctor house call on-demand service, in over $35 million of convertible note and Series A funding. The close of the funding came just one year after the official launch of the business and will support Heal's expansion beyond California. The funds will also support product development and collaboration opportunities with Medicare and Medicaid. The business is currently available in California cities including San Diego, Los Angeles, Orange County, Silicon Valley and San Francisco.

The financing was led by the Tull Investment Group, with participation from Breyer Capital, Hashtag One and Slow Ventures, along with Qualcomm's executive chairman, Paul Jacobs, and the chief executive of Skydance Media, David Ellison.

The Burns & Levinson team was led by Stephen Brook, co-chair of the Venture Capital & Emerging Companies group, with key players, Alison Harrall and Michael Andreasen.

Check out more press coverage of this transaction using the links below:

Fortune Magazine


MedCity News


Crunchbase Daily


Wall Street Journal