Benjamin A. Howe is an attorney in Holland & Knight's Boston office. Mr. Howe advises public and private companies and investment firms with a focus on emerging companies, venture financings, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate governance. Mr. Howe's experience includes the formation and counsel of numerous early-stage start-ups, the closing of dozens of venture financings, and work on several mergers ranging from the sale and acquisition of young start-ups to complex cross-border and public company transactions.
Prior to joining Holland & Knight, Mr. Howe worked in the Boston and Waltham offices of another law firm. During law school, he was the director of legal affairs for the Deming Center Venture Fund; student manager of the Entrepreneurial Law Clinic; and associate editor of the Colorado Natural Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law Review. Mr. Howe also taught contracts and constitutional law courses as a Rothgerber Johnson & Lyons teaching fellow. In addition, he held positions with a large venture-backed start-up, a national emerging company incubator, and the Boulder offices of two law firms. Before law school, Mr. Howe served as a senior paralegal at a Boston law firm and as a general faculty member at the University of Virginia.
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