MBBP Welcomes Four Associates 10/26/2015Posted by Morse, Barnes-Brown Pendleton in Attorney News, MBBP news.
Jamie is a member of our burgeoning litigation department, representing clients in all aspects of litigation, from the investigation of disputes through discovery, trial and appeal. She has significant experience in state and federal courts, as well as in alternative dispute resolution avenues such as mediation. A graduate of Harvard College (A.B.) and of Northeastern University School of Law (J.D.), Jamie interned during law school with Judge Patty Saris of the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts.
Matt brings to our corporate practice his considerable experience representing a wide range of emerging and middle market companies in all stages of the business life cycle, and has a particular expertise in the areas of mergers and acquisitions and venture financing. He has counseled some of the country’s leading corporations and private equity firms on complex domestic and cross-border leveraged buyouts and corporate restructuring. Matt is a graduate of Hamline University (B.A.) and Cornell Law School (J.D.).
A Registered Patent Attorney, Erin handles a broad range of intellectual property issues in a number of technical areas. She works with a variety of clients, including universities, research organizations and start-ups in the chemical, pharmaceutical and biotechnology areas. She is also proficient in patent prosecution and provides assistance with various phases of IP litigation and counseling. Erin is a graduate of Worcester Polytechnic Institute (B.S., M.S.) and Suffolk University Law School (J.D.).
Erik provides services to a range of clients, including emerging businesses and private investment funds, and advises them on mergers and acquisitions, issuances of ISOs and equity options, and regulatory compliance. He also serves as outside counsel to numerous companies, attending Board meetings and advising them on corporate actions. A “Double Eagle” (Boston College, B.A.; Boston College Law School, J.D.), Erik served as the Executive Comment Editor of B.C.’s Journal of Law and Social Justice.