John Chambers is an associate in Choate’s Tax Group. John concentrates his practice on the taxation of corporate and private equity fund clients, domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, financing transactions and restructurings.
Mergers & Acquisitions: Structuring and negotiation of domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, and other corporate and partnership financing transactions and restructurings.
International Tax: Advising on the tax aspects of cross-border mergers and acquisitions, post-acquisition integration, operational structuring and general international tax planning matters.
Fund Formation: Structuring of private equity, venture capital and other investment vehicles, both domestic and offshore, including review and negotiation of fund operating agreements, offering memoranda and side letters.
Education & Credentials
- New York University School of Law
- LLM (Tax), 2013
- Boston University School of Law
- JD, 2012
- San Diego State University
- BS, 2008,
Choate recently advised The Beekman Group in its investment in Riccobene Associates Family Dentistry, a provider of comprehensive general and multi-specialty dental services with modern, well-appointed dental offices.
Choate represented LogoMix, Inc., an automated online platform that provides custom marketing products and services to small businesses, in its sale to Deluxe Small Business Sales, Inc.
Choate represented Canara, Inc., a portfolio company of Columbia Capital, in its acquisition of Capital Power Group (CPG), a data center services provider based in Virginia.
Choate represented InfoArmor, a leader in the identity protection and advanced threat intelligence industries and a portfolio company of Summit Partners, in its acquisition by The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL).
Choate represented Great Hill Partners, a leading growth-oriented private equity firm, in its definitive cross-border agreement to sell its controlling interest in portfolio company Ascenty, LLC, the largest provider of data center and fiber infrastructure services in Brazil, to Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR). The transaction values the company at over $1.8 billion.