Gordon has more than three decades of experience representing private and public companies in a wide range of corporate transactions and restructurings, as well as in general corporate governance matters. He serves as “outside general counsel” to many clients, guiding them through day-to-day corporate matters. Clients also rely on Gordon for his counsel on mission-critical transactions such as mergers, acquisitions, sales, and venture capital and private equity investments. His specific transactional experience includes auctions; leveraged buyouts (LBOs); acquisitions and dispositions of product lines, divisions and businesses; and cross-border transactions.
Gordon’s clients include companies in the life sciences (biotech, healthcare, medical devices), high tech, manufacturing, banking/financial services and marketing sectors and range from start-up entities seeking their initial round of funding to Fortune 100 corporations with transactions valued at more than $1 billion.
In the community, Gordon serves as a Trustee of the Thompson Island Outward Bound Education Center, a non-profit organization that has provided educational services to Boston’s inner city youth for almost 200 years.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Gordon R. Penman