James Coffey Joins Boston Office
White and Williams is pleased to welcome James F. Coffey as a partner in the firm’s Boston office. Coffey’s substantial experience will add depth to the Corporate and Securities Practice Group. Coffey provides strategic counsel to companies in critical phases of transition, including start-ups or early stage development companies seeking angel funding, as well as fully-mature businesses seeking insight on practical exit strategies.
“We are excited about Jim’s decision to join us at White and Williams. Expansion of our business practice in Boston is a key component of our overall growth strategy. Jim’s reputation, integrity, and experience are real strengths,” said David Chaffin, Managing Partner of the Boston Office.
Working with clients in life sciences, health services, social networking, alternative energy, digital media, information technology, e-commerce and consumer products, Coffey draws upon his extensive business background to provide pragmatic solutions to client problems.
“I am impressed with the people at White and Williams. From the moment I met my new colleagues, I knew I wanted to work with them. There’s a real feeling of ‘team’ at the firm, where everyone seems to pull for one another. I like that, and am looking forward to making a strong contribution,” said Coffey. “The firm offers strong regional, national and international presences that will enhance my efforts to build my practice with new, growing and developed companies seeking direction in their business practices,” Coffey continued.
“We are pleased that Jim has decided to join the firm’s growing Business Department and the Boston office,” said firm Managing Partner, Patti Santelle. "His diverse corporate experience and focus on capital formation and mergers and acquisitions enhances our strong business team.”
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