Tim is a partner in our Boston office and is co-chair of the firm's Life Science practice group.
Tim focuses on the representation of startup, emerging growth, and public life science companies. His practice spans the entire corporate lifecycle, from formation through liquidity, and he regularly serves his clients as outside general counsel. Tim is experienced in business formation and entity selection, deal structuring, equity and debt financing transactions, general corporate and governance matters, as well as M&A events and public offerings. He has particular expertise in structuring and negotiating strategic alliances and joint ventures and providing strategic counsel on IP protection and commercialization. Tim also represents prominent VC funds and institutional investors in their financing activities.
Tim is a co-author of the 2013 edition of Corporate Partnering, Structuring and Negotiating Domestic and International Strategic Alliances (Aspen Publishers) and frequently speaks and writes on corporate structuring, capital raising, technology licensing, IP matters, and business strategies relating to strategic alliances. He advises the Harvard Law Entrepreneurship Program at Harvard Law School and the Harvard University iLab.
- Harvard Law School, J.D.
- cum laude
- Princeton University, A.B., Classics
- summa cum laude
- Phi Beta Kappa
Hon. Thomas Penfield Jackson - United States District Court of Washington, D.C.
Top Rated Attorney in Boston by Super Lawyers
LMG Life Sciences "Life Sciences Star" since 2012