Todd Tidgewell is a partner in the firm’s Private Equity practice. He represents private equity funds, their limited partners and their portfolio companies.
I focus on private equity transactions, including the formation and financing of business enterprises, mergers and acquisitions, capital financing and private equity fund formation.
I am corporate counsel to a number of emerging technology companies and privately held businesses and advise private equity, venture capital and angel investors in connection with their portfolio investments.
I am a regular panelist and frequent speaker at events focused on M&A, venture capital and emerging technology and have written on the subject of deal structuring and private finance for several publications. I served as a member of the drafting committee of the National Venture Capital Association’s Standard Forms Project, which released its first set of industry-standard venture capital deal documents in 2004.
I am a member of the Board of Directors of Albany Medical Center and an active member of the Upstate Venture Association of New York.
I’m thinking about how lower startup costs reduce barriers to entry and how investors may evolve by deploying smaller amounts of capital with milestones focused on rapid innovation.
Albany Business Review | January 03, 2019
Albany Corporate partner Todd Tidgewell is profiled in this Q+A that charts his professional path from law firm to venture capital and back. Todd now focuses his legal practice on advising private equity, venture capital and angel investors.
University of Virginia School of Law, J.D.
Yale University, B.A.
Todd has been recognized for exceptional standing in the legal community in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business 2019 for Corporate/M&A (New York (Upstate)).