Biography

Robert P. Tedesco, a Managing Director and member/shareholder of the firm, concentrates on business and financial matters, with an emphasis on growth companies, mergers and acquisitions and private placements. He is a graduate of Boston Latin School, Harvard College, the Boston University School of Law, where he was an Editor of the Boston University Law Review and the Haas School of Business at the University of California at Berkeley, where he was an instructor in undergraduate business and graduate microeconomics courses and an Editor of the California Business Weekly. Mr. Tedesco brings over twenty-six years of legal and business experience to his practice, representing businesses and investors across a range of industries. Mr. Tedesco resides in West Roxbury, Massachusetts with his wife and daughters.

Representative Matters

Represented national provider of shopping information in $75 million acquisition by three leading national media companies

Sale of power motor and generator developer to one of the largest turbine manufacturers in the world

Co-brand/partner agreements with major on line portals and search engines and regional and national newspaper publishers and client agreements with national ‘big box’ retailers on behalf of leading national provider of shopping information

Client agreements with major television, print and on-line media companies and leading consumer package good companies on behalf of biometric market research company

Represent venture capital firm in investments in and recapitalizations of portfolio companies in multiple sectors

Recapitalization and debt and equity financing by biofuels company

Delaware reorganization and preferred stock financing by biometric market research company

Represented provider of cloud-based unified communications applications in $120 million acquisition by major communications services company

Honors

Named a “New England Super Lawyer” by Boston Magazine 2005-2017

Community Involvement

Ward 20 (Boston) Committee

Parkway Youth Soccer

Boston Latin School Association