Justin Gingerich takes a comprehensive approach to assisting his clients in planning and executing strategic and financial transactions to meet their business goals. Methodical and detail-oriented, he works with start-ups and private companies, managing their life cycle from formation and structuring to fundraising and strategic exits.
Justin drafts, reviews, and negotiates a wide range of commercial contracts and agreements to enable his clients to achieve their strategic and business objectives. He provides commercially practical advice and insight, drawing on his extensive experience to guide his clients through the complex challenges companies face in an ever-changing, dynamic business environment.
Loyola University Chicago School of LawJ.D., 2015
- Loyola University Chicago School of Law International Law Review, Editor-in-Chief
Northeastern UniversityB.S., 2012
- Magna Cum Laude
- Best Lawyers – “Ones to Watch”
• Counsel to a start-up beverage company in connection with its convertible debt and Series Seed preferred stock offering.
• Representation of an investor-backed acquisition fund in its acquisition of multiple targets in the behavioral health industry.
• Representation of an investor-backed acquisition fund in its acquisition of a target in the mobile satellite services industry.
• Representation of a healthcare start-up in negotiations with a major healthcare insurance provider in connection with a pilot program.
• Representation of a Y-Combinator graduate FinTech company in its Series A preferred stock offering.
• Representation of a CBD company in connection with its Series Seed preferred stock offering.
• Representation of an EdTech company in connection with its sale to a strategic acquirer.
• Representation of a financial services printer in connection with its sale to a strategic acquirer.
• Representation of a private equity fund acquirer in connection with its acquisition of multiple targets within the recreational outdoors vertical.
• Representation of a publicly-traded electronics manufacturer in its strategic acquisition of a privately-held electronics manufacturer.
• Representation of dozens of credit union acquirers in their individual acquisitions of bank branches or whole bank acquisitions, both via merger and purchase and assumption.