Jeremy Cohen

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Educational Training

  • Northeastern University School of Law, J.D., 2008
  • Harvard University , AB, 1990


  • Boston Bar Association
  • Massachusetts Bar Association
  • Massachusetts LGBTQ Bar Association


  • Massachusetts
  • P: 617.350.6800   F: 617.350.6878  
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Your business is Jeremy’s business.  Jeremy Cohen is a lawyer who sees himself as a partner to his clients, not just an advisor.  That’s because he wasn’t always a corporate attorney.

In his previous career in television production, he remembers times when lawyers seemed to get in the way more than help out.  So Jeremy has made it a point to know when to stick his nose in your business and when to leave well-enough alone.  His focus is on business creation and development, transactions and financings, and assisting with any other advice you need to help your business grow.

Jeremy’s experiences and background have helped him develop a practice that is broad as well as deep, including:

  • Business formation and organization – advising start-ups on how to best begin their business while looking to future growth.
  • Mergers & Acquisitions – from spin-outs and carve-outs to complex transaction structures or outright sales of companies, Jeremy has experience in a variety of transaction structures and can bring insight and know-how to any situation.
  • Financings – Whether the funding is coming from a bank, a professional investor or a relative, Jeremy can help guide the process to a successful financing.

Jeremy was born, raised and educated in Boston and has contacts around the area in a variety of fields.  In his pre-lawyer days he started his own television production business, so he understands the complexities of getting a business off the ground.  After he threw off television for the law, Jeremy joined Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom in Boston.  In its M&A group he worked on several multi-billion dollar deals.

Jeremy has a number of Boston sports connections – his father worked for the Celtics and his grandfather was a sports editor for a local newspaper - so when he’s not in the office, you may find him at Fenway Park, the Garden, or Suffolk Downs.

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