Mr Michael Minahan > Goodwin > Boston, United States > Lawyer Profile

United States




Michael Minahan is a partner in the firm’s Technology Companies and Capital Markets practices. He has more than 15 years of experience representing privately held and publicly traded companies, investment banks and venture capital firms in public offerings and other significant corporate transactions.

Mr. Minahan represents a variety of corporate clients across a broad range of industries, including e-commerce, travel services, education technology, cybersecurity, enterprise software and clean technology. He works with these clients in connection with capital markets transactions, M&A, corporate governance and advising board of directors. He has also represented a number of banks in securities transactions.


J.D., 2002 Harvard Law School (cum laude) B.A., 1999 The George Washington University (summa cum laude)

Lawyer Rankings

United States > M&A/corporate and commercial > Corporate governance

The team at Goodwin has particular expertise in acting for special committees. Stuart Cable and Mark Opper advised the independent transaction committee of the board of Sprint on its merger with T-Mobile, and Cable and Lisa Haddad also advised a special committee of the board of Foundation Medicine on the company’s merger with Roche. Joseph Johnson and Andrew Goodman and Gilbert Menna in New York acted for Lasalle Hotel Properties, which was sold to Pebblebrook Hotel Trust in a hostile deal following involvement from activist investors. Other key contacts include John Egan and Michael Minahan. Named lawyers are based in Boston unless otherwise noted.