Previously with the firm Cook Little, Matt joined Sheehan Phinney in 2022. He is a corporate attorney and advises his business clients on a variety of legal and business issues. Matt represents entrepreneurs of all types and at all stages of their businesses, from start-up to exit.
In his work with start-ups and other privately held companies, Matt has counseled his clients on a variety of corporate matters, including entity formation, obtaining angel round financing, venture capital or other debt and/or equity financing, executive and employee compensation, contract issues, equity ownership matters, and exit strategy issues. He also advises his technology-related companies on a wide range of matters specific to them, including software licensing, licensing of intellectual property, and website development matters.
Matt also advises doctors, dentists, and other healthcare professionals on a variety of matters, including ownership issues, the buying and selling of medical practices, and negotiating employment and other contracts with hospitals.