Timothy M. Gladden is a partner in DarrowEverett’s Corporate & Business Transactions, and Private Equity, Capital Markets & Securities Practice Groups. His practice focuses primarily on mergers and acquisitions, venture capital and private equity investments, securities transactions, and other complex and general corporate matters. Mr. Gladden regularly represents clients in structuring, negotiating and managing transactions across a broad range of industries, including technology, financial services, healthcare, advertising, media, fashion and energy.
Mr. Gladden has significant experience counseling institutional and other accredited investors, startups, growth-stage companies, and small and medium-sized business owners on corporate structuring, governance, financings and joint ventures. He often works with FinTech, e-commerce, Cleantech, EdTech, mobile, social media, SaaS, fashion, hospitality, and travel industry clients. Mr. Gladden has represented clients in negotiations of commercial agreements and technology licensing agreements with many of the largest U.S. and international financial services companies. He serves as outside general counsel to several emerging tech companies.
Represented U.K. wine producer and importer in its acquisition of a U.S. wine and spirits distributor.
Advised the principals of an underwriting management facility and general agency for specialty lines of insurance on their sale to a leading U.S. property and casualty insurer.
Represented a private equity firm in its acquisition of a small business financing company.
Advised an EdTech company on its formation, capital raises and the negotiation of its licensing agreements and partnerships with leading testing and assessment companies.
Represented a digital fashion brand on its formation, capital raises and operations.
Prior to joining DarrowEverett, Mr. Gladden was a partner at a leading New York midsize firm and was associated with an AM Law 100 firm. In addition, he had his own practice that focused on representing early stage and venture-backed companies. He began practicing in-house as assistant general counsel to a FinTech company where he managed the legal side of the company’s merger with a public financial services company.