Aaron represents clients with various transactional needs, including M&A and general corporate matters. He has experience working with private equity funds as well as privately held companies in a wide range of industries, including health care.
For example, Aaron has led corporate due diligence efforts for M&A deals, including organizing team specialists, editing diligence memos and disclosure schedules, running diligence and representations and warranties insurance calls, managing closing checklists and punch lists, and compiling closing binders.
Aaron is experienced in drafting and negotiating client non-disclosure agreements, as well as drafting consent and ancillary agreements for deals and client portfolio management.
Previously, Aaron served as an Associate with a New York-based investment firm, JBBH Holdings, where he assessed new deals, including a joint venture with an institutional megafund in the differentiated entertainment venue sector, and worked as a liaison to the group’s outside counsel.
He joined Calfee in 2023 from a large, U.S.-based international law firm.
Aaron earned his J.D. from the University of Chicago. During law school, he gained experience at The Innovation Clinic at the University of Chicago Law School, where he wrote guidance memoranda for startup clients about the employee/independent contractor distinction, presented on the impact of the CARES Act on startups and private equity, advised on the regulatory burdens and opportunities surrounding a high-tech product launch, and distributed information on Qualified Small Business Stock tax exemptions to the Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship, the startup hub of the Booth School of Business.
Aaron also worked as a Legal Intern for The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, where he evaluated issues relating to the Port Authority’s sovereign immunity and eminent domain, in addition to interpreting contract provisions and regulatory compliance requirements for its World Trade Center properties and airports. In this role, he also interfaced with nonlegal departments about technological, diplomatic, and scientific aspects of interactions with governmental regulators.
He previously served as a Judicial Intern with the Wisconsin Court of Appeals – District II under the Honorable Brian K. Hagedorn.
Aaron earned his B.A., magna cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania, in Intellectual History, where he wrote for the Wharton International Business Review.
J.D., The University of Chicago Law School, 2020
B.A., magna cum laude, Intellectual History, University of Pennsylvania, 2016
- Representation of a private equity fund in its $100+ Million combined merger acquisition of a prominent services industry franchisor and asset stock purchase of its franchisees.
- *Not licensed to practice law in Ohio. Admission pending.
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