Zach Rosen represents private companies on a variety of transactional matters, including in connection with mergers and acquisitions, venture capital financings, corporate restructurings, commercial contracting and business relationships, and internal governance. He counsels clients in a range of industries, but focuses on clients in the technology, healthcare, and life sciences sectors.
Zach also handles intellectual property licensing matters with an emphasis on software licensing. He has negotiated agreements with companies such as Nissan, Subaru, Mercedes-Benz, Harley Davidson, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Micron Technology, IBM, Amazon, Intuit, Ultimate Software, AIG, Citizens Bank, Webster Bank, and Hancock Whitney. Additionally, Zach counsels on intellectual property and software-related matters in connection with corporate acquisitions and financings.
Education & Credentials
- Boston University School of Law
- JD, 2016, magna cum laude
- G. Joseph Tauro Distinguished Scholar Boston University Law Review
- Brandeis University
- BA, 2011, magna cum laude
Choate represented PDFTron Systems, Inc. and its financial sponsor in its strategic growth investment from Thoma Bravo.
Choate represented The Chernin Group as the lead investor in The Pro’s Closet’s $40M Series B financing round.
Choate represented Broadview Ventures as the lead investor in the CHF 18M seed financing of HAYA Therapeutics, a company developing precision medicines that target tissue and cell-specific long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs).
Choate represented M/C Partners in its growth investment in DAS42, LLC, a leading provider of full-stack data technology implementation and advisory services.
Choate represented McRock Capital and Translink Capital as they co-led the $33M Series B financing of Plus One Robotics, a human-robot collaboration software company headquartered in San Antonio.