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JohnJadhon

Of Counsel

"The most gratifying part of my practice is assisting entrepreneurs in making their visions become reality."

Overview

Biography

John is a transactional lawyer whose practice primarily concentrates on corporate law, telecommunications law, and financial transactions. He has extensive experience handling mergers, acquisitions, and corporate financings.

John represents both well-established companies and start-ups across a wide range of industries, handling both day-to-day contract review as well as complex commercial transactions. As counsel to several telecommunications clients, he provided guidance on the acquisition and disposition of FCC Spectrum, communication towers, and other general-operating assets.

For start-up clients, John provides guidance through various stages of financing, including friends and family, angel, and multiple rounds of venture capital. He also advises lending institutions in connection with secured real estate-based transactions, construction loans, and secured lines of credit.

In addition to his role at Barclay Damon, John is a partner at the Matt Law Firm, PLLC.

Bar Associations

  • New York State Bar Association
  • Virginia State Bar Association
Experience

Prior Experience

  • Hiscock & Barclay, LLP, Of Counsel
  • Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C., Associate
  • Battle Fowler, LLC, Associate

Selected Community Activities

  • New Hartford Central School District, Board of Education Member
  • Stanley Theater, Board Member

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