John P. Tamisiea represents business enterprises of all sizes in transactional and securities law matters. John concentrates his practice in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, securities law compliance, strategic alliances, venture capital investing and general corporate counseling. John represents private and public companies of all sizes, while also serving as outside general counsel and as an advisor to boards of directors. His clients include publicly traded and privately held companies, investment banks and private equity firms. John is known for his client-centered approach and natural problem-solving ability.
He has extensive experience in the technology, general industrial, health care and financial services sectors, as well as in a variety of services-based businesses. In addition to handling transactional matters, John also advises clients in the areas of corporate responsibility and corporate governance, shareholder activism, securities law compliance and disclosure, and capital markets transactions.
A responsive, solution-focused transactional lawyer, John seeks to solve problems rather than merely identify them. His experience in structuring, negotiating and documenting merger and acquisition transactions and understanding the client’s business strategy and goals enables him to more effectively serve his clients.
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