Jared Leon concentrates his practice in corporate and real estate matters, including mergers and acquisitions, private equity financings, fund formation, corporate governance issues, and zoning and land use disputes.
Jared represents public and private corporations in matters of corporate governance, securities law compliance, mergers and acquisitions, and other contractual and transactional matters. He also represents venture capital firms and start-up companies in connection with formation and organizational issues, negotiation of shareholder agreements, limited liability company and partnership agreements, venture capital financings and private equity offerings, and executive compensation and employment arrangements.
Additionally, Jared represents real estate developers and other small and middle-market companies in commercial real estate transactions. Jared counsels individuals and entities in zoning, land use, leasing, formation, acquisition, construction, and financing matters.
Jared is focused on improving the lives of individuals who suffer from cancer, Multiple Sclerosis, and Parkinson’s disease, and the families who are affected by those illnesses. He regularly participates in bike-a-thons that support those causes, including the “City-to-Shore” rides organized by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and the American Cancer Society. He also seeks to improve the plight of the homeless by addressing their legal needs through his pro bono work with the Homeless Advocacy Project, an entity affiliated with the Philadelphia Bar Association.