Broadwin

David Broadwin

Partner
Boston
David Broadwin focuses on the representation of venture financed and venture financeable technology companies. He counsels buyers and sellers of public and private companies, companies involved in PIPE financings, private placements and other financing and strategic transactions.

In addition to being a partner at Foley Hoag, David is a former member of its Executive Committee.

Education

  • Yale Law School, J.D.
  • University of Chicago, M.A.
  • New York University, B.A.

Bar and Court Admissions

BAR ADMISSIONS
  • Massachusetts 

Experience

  • Advises startup companies on venture capital financings and other business issues
  • Represents buyers and sellers of public and private companies as well as lenders providing financings for acquisitions
  • Structures a variety of financing transactions, including public offerings, private placements, PIPEs transactions and commercial bank financings

Publications

BOOKS
  • Negotiating and Documenting Business Acquisitions - ALI-ABA (1997) 
  • Editor, Buying and Selling Closely-Held Businesses - MCLE (1997) 
ARTICLES
  • "Rev up exits by revising tax treatment of net operating losses," Venture Capital Journal (December 2008) 
  • "An Introduction To Antidilution Provisions (Part 1)," The Practical Lawyer (June 2004) 
  • "An Introduction to Antidilution Provisions (Part 2)," The Practical Lawyer (August 2004) 
  • "Accounting and Tax Considerations in Business Acquisitions," The Practical Tax Lawyer (Summer 1997) 
  • "Insider Security Sales (Part 1),"  The Practical Lawyer (March 1992) 
  • "Insider Security Sales (Part 2),"  The Practical Lawyer (April 1992) "How to Draft Letters of Intent for Business Acquisitions," The Practical Lawyer (March 1991) 
  • "Ensuring Due Authorization in Corporate Transactions," The Practical Lawyer (October 1990) 

Honors & Involvement

HONORS
  • Ranked by Chambers USA as one of Massachusetts' leading private equity: venture capital investment lawyers (2011-2017)
  • Listed in Massachusetts Super Lawyers (2006)
  • Yale Law Journal, Editor
INVOLVEMENT
  • Boston Bar Association, Member 
  • Concord Zoning Board of Appeals, Voting Member