A founding member of Cook Little, Jim joined Sheehan Phinney in 2022. He is a business lawyer known for his interest in technology companies and other entrepreneurial businesses.
Jim advises clients on issues ranging from business start-ups, to financing and growth, to a sale or other exit. Examples include choice and formation of business entities, buy-sell and other ownership agreements, angel, venture capital, private equity and corporate investments, debt and royalty-based financing transactions, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and strategic alliances, in-bound and out-bound technology licensing agreements, equity-based and other incentive compensation plans, sales and distribution agreements, executive employment agreements and other commercial and contractual arrangements.
Jim is active in the community, including various positions in professional, technology, and non-profit organizations.