Jennifer Bock focuses her practice on representing public, private and emerging companies and investors in domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, finance, joint ventures, private equity investments and other business transactions. Jennifer has advised companies on corporate issues in a wide range of industries, including the consumer goods, technology, health/life sciences, industrial and energy industries.
Jennifer regularly serves as primary outside counsel for her clients. She understands the importance of becoming fully integrated with her clients’ businesses and teams and works hand-in-hand with company leadership to steer clients away from and through legal hurdles.
Jennifer also advises companies on strategic business transactions such as the US expansion of non-US companies, and alliances such as licensing, supplier relations, distributorships and collaborations across a broad span of industries.
Having grown up in France and being a native French speaker, Jennifer is actively engaged in New England’s francophone business and cultural communities and regularly advises French, Canadian and Swiss companies.
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, Excellence in Law, Up and Coming Lawyer, 2020
Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, Women’s Leadership Program, 2019
Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, Boston Future Leaders, 2018
Super Lawyers Massachusetts, Rising Stars, 2017-2019
French-American Chamber of Commerce of New England
Boston Bar Association
USA 500 Clubs
Education Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, JD, magna cum laude, Order of the Coif, 2014 King’s College London, LLM, International Business Law, merits, 2011 Université Jean Moulin, Lyon III Law School, Master’s, International Law, with honors, 2010
Do not send any information or documents that you want to have treated as secret or confidential. Providing information to McDermott via email links on this website or other introductory email communications will not create an attorney-client relationship; will not preclude McDermott from representing any other person or firm in any matter; and will not obligate McDermott to keep confidential the information you provide. McDermott cannot enter into an attorney-client relationship with you until McDermott has determined that doing so will not create a conflict of interest and until you and McDermott have entered into a written agreement or engagement letter that sets forth the terms of our relationship.