Director & Chair of Corporate Department
Admitted in 1995, New Hampshire
U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire
Law School Attended
Northeastern University School of Law
Class of 1995
Class of 1992
Representative Work; groSolar; Bank of America; Brown Brothers Harriman; Answer is Fitness, Inc; Represented regional home healthcare medical products company in a $24,000,000 stock sale to the leading national provider of home healthcare products and services. Represented public company in the energy industry in $20,000,000 private debt financing. Represented Fortune 100 company in the sale of one of its business units and associated real estate. Represented specialty outdoor equipment designer and manufacturer in a round of financing from a global leader in the outdoor equipment industry involving the issuance of Series A Preferred Stock and Warrants. Represented a leading regional real estate brokerage firm in the restructuring of a joint venture with a Fortune 500 company related to real estate settlement services. Represented solar energy company in a financing transaction with a venture capital investor involving the issuance of Series A Preferred Stock. Represented New England-based solar energy company with the acquisition of a business in Washington State. Serves as corporate counsel to public company held company in the wireless communications industry in merger with a public company. Represented employee benefits and property and casualty insurance agency with the sale of its property and casualty line of business in an asset sale to a regional insurance brokerage company. Represented founding member of a medical practice with the redemption of his stock by the practice. Represented Canadian manufacturing company and its United States subsidiary with a secured financing from the U. S. branch of a Canadian bank and the guaranty of debt the manufacturing company has with a Canadian bank by the U.S. subsidiary. Represented company based in New York in the commercial maritime communications industry in the private placement of Series A Preferred Stock and warrants in a negotiated sale to venture capital investors in two rounds.