Dana Blakslee practices in the area of corporate and securities law and intellectual property licensing, with a focus on emerging businesses, venture capital and mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Blakslee is a member of the Boston Bar Association. He is a 1985 graduate of Stanford Law School and a graduate of Hobart College.
- Represented a leading public relations and strategic communications consulting firm focused on the healthcare industry in its $21.5 million sale to a global private equity-backed marketing and communications company.
- Represented Wockhardt USA, LLC, and its US affiliated companies, as US counsel, in connection with a $250 million international secured credit facility provided by certain Indian banks to Wockhardt Ltd., an Indian company and parent of Wockhardt USA, LLC.
- Represented New Hampshire-based Unitil Corporation (NYSE: UTL) in its sale of $30 million aggregate principal amount of 3.70% senior notes to several well-known insurance companies.
- Represented Balchem Corporation in a $450 million syndicated credit facility led by Bank of America.
- Represented venture capital and private equity firms in their investments in emerging businesses in various industries.
- Represented technology-related development stage companies and their founders in venture capital financing transactions.
- Represented a Japanese distributor of computer software and components and its U.S. subsidiary in a worldwide licensing and distribution agreement.
Education : Stanford Law School, J.D., 1985
Admissions : Massachusetts
- Duane Morris LLP, – Partner, 1999-2000; 2001-present
- Experience.com, Inc , – Vice President of Corporate Development, 2000-2001
- Burns & Levinson LLP, Boston, Massachusetts, – Partner, 1992-1999
Professional Activities : Boston Bar Association
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