Jason Putter is in Martin’s Business and Corporate practice group. Jason’s practice concentrates on corporate and commercial transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, debt and equity financings, private equity, and corporate finance on behalf of middle market clients including a substantial number of growth companies, and the entrepreneurs who lead them.
Jason’s clients value his strategic thinking, and his ability to both see the big picture and communicate it effectively and straightforwardly. He emphasizes developing ongoing relationships with clients which allows him to offer tailored explanations and recommendations regarding the legal impact of different business scenarios, while ensuring that the final decision is the client’s. By drawing on a professional background that is both diverse and extensive, he has the ability to draw analogies for his clients to situations he’s previously experienced without being overly technical. Whether it is a crisis or a routine matter, Jason is a calm, even-keeled voice whose emphasis is on the real-world, practical implications of decisions and situations.
Immediately prior to joining Martin LLP, Jason worked at a small Connecticut firm. Jason was also a Senior Associate at Skadden Arps for six years, where he represented public and private companies and their principal stakeholders in M&A, financing, securities litigation and complex in- and out-of-court restructurings. Prior to entering private practice, Jason held a two-year federal clerkship.
Jason and his wife, Felicia, have four children along with an animal pack that includes dogs, birds, chickens, ducks and freeloading wild rabbits and deer. Jason maintains an active pro bono practice and in his free time enjoys swimming, gardening, hiking and camping.
Areas of Practice
Merger & Acquisitions
Debt & Equity Finance