Jeff Seul is a corporate mergers and acquisitions lawyer in Holland & Knight's Boston office and serves as chair of the firm's Technology Industry Sector Group, a cross-disciplinary team of lawyers with deep tech sector domain expertise. He advises clients on a wide range of corporate transactions and activities, including helping launch, finance and scale companies; helping financial and strategic investors deploy capital; representing sellers as well as financial and strategic buyers in mergers and acquisitions; and negotiating and structuring major commercial and intellectual property transactions, including joint ventures and other types of strategic alliances. Mr. Seul has significant experience helping U.S. companies and investors conduct business overseas, helping companies and investors from other countries do business in the U.S., and handling cross-border mergers and acquisitions.
Prior to joining Holland & Knight, Mr. Seul was vice president and general counsel of Groove Networks, a software company acquired by Microsoft in 2005. He has served on the boards of several companies, including C3 Technologies (acquired by Apple), Energy Materials Corp. and Movimento (acquired by Delphi Automotive). Mr. Seul is a board leadership fellow of the National Association of Corporate Directors and a member of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Venture Mentoring Service, a group of entrepreneurs who coach the founders of MIT-affiliated companies.
Mr. Seul serves as chairman of the Peace Appeal Foundation, an international organization that helps catalyze and support broad-scale peace and national dialogue processes to end or prevent wars. He is involved in the Peace Appeal Foundation’s field work and teaches a course on peacebuilding at Harvard Divinity School. He has also taught courses at Harvard Law School. Earlier in his career, Mr. Seul served tech industry clients at law firms in San Francisco and Boulder, Colo.
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