Jason Chimon represents both healthcare and general corporate clients in a variety of corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, private equity, venture capital, and joint ventures, as well as technology-based startups from formation, to capital raises, through exit. He also supports the technology transfer and research operations of clients in negotiating various research and clinical trial agreements.
I help my emerging company clients, including those spun-off from academic research institutions, grow their business and raise capital through seed, angel, VC, and private equity financings. This includes advice and negotiation regarding formation, IP licensing, and the other agreements that make up the varied spectrum of issues unique to each start-up client.
I represent both buyers and sellers in the purchase and sale of businesses in a wide range of industries including health services, life sciences, and private equity. I also maintain a robust general business law practice, often acting as outside in-house counsel to handle clients’ day-to-day legal needs.
I work with academic institutions, pharmaceuticals, CROs, and clinical trial sites to facilitate the conduct of clinical research. I also work closely with academic clients to develop and support their technology transfer programs and these institutions’ various technology-driven transactions. My experience with both industry and academic clients has given me the hands-on experience needed to best—and most practically—advise my clients.
Industry will seek to enter the vibrant emerging company space as part of their efforts to seek new ways to integrate and ensure access to burgeoning technologies. This will include increased formation of venture funds to invest in these opportunities in an organized, purposeful way.
This article covers the selection of Long Island partner Lindsay Maleson as leader of the Healthcare practice. In addition to profiling Lindsay, the article quotes Business & Finance Department head Chris Keefe. Illustrating growth across the Healthcare practice, the article also mentions Long Island Healthcare partner Jason Chimon as a member of NP’s 2023 new partner class, and Los Angeles Complex Disputes partner Jonah Retzinger and Rochester Healthcare counsel Scott Simpson as recent additions to the broader team.
This article featuring partner-level promotions in the first quarter of 2023 mentions Chicago Project Finance & Public Finance partner Julie Seymour’s appointment to NP’s Management Committee. The article also highlights members of the 2023 new partner class: Boston Intellectual Property partner Ravi Braich; Long Island Healthcare partner Jason Chimon; Washington, DC Community Development Finance partner Emily McKinney; New York City Complex Disputes partner Alper Tosun; and Affordable Housing & Real Estate partners Julia Casteleiro, Ari Glatt, and Kathie Soroka of New York and Ian O’Banion from San Francisco.
This article highlighting recent legal industry moves across New York State includes the promotions of New York City Affordable Housing & Real Estate partners Julia Casteleiro, Ari Glatt, and Kathie Soroka; New York City Complex Disputes partner Alper Tosun; and Long Island Healthcare partner Jason Chimon.
This article highlighting New York City-area job changes and board appointments includes the recent promotions of New York City Affordable Housing & Real Estate partners Julia Casteleiro, Kathie Soroka, and Ari Glatt, New York City Complex Disputes partner Alper Tosun, and Long Island Healthcare partner Jason Chimon.
The article spotlights Long Island Healthcare partner Jason Chimon’s recent elevation to partner.
This article spotlights the 2023 new partner class, which includes Long Island Healthcare partner Jason Chimon; Boston Intellectual Property partner Ravi Braich; New York City Complex Disputes partner Alper Tosun; Affordable Housing & Real Estate partners Julia Casteleiro, Ari Glatt, and Kathie Soroka of New York and Ian O’Banion from San Francisco; and Washington, DC Community Development Finance partner Emily McKinney. The article also quotes CEO and Managing Partner Steve Zubiago.
Georgetown University Law Center, J.D.
Boston College, B.A., cum laude
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