John G. Loughnane is a partner in Nutter’s Business Department. Clients rely on his practical business experience to design and implement effective legal solutions to financing and technology issues. Clients also depend on John’s skill in working out difficult situations and solving a variety of business challenges inherent in today’s fast-paced innovation economy. Clients appreciate the value of John’s work in-house at PTC, an international technology company helping customers create, operate and service products globally, where John worked directly with business teams solving a variety of business challenges.
John’s recent clients include owners, investors, board members, lenders, buyers and vendors including those described in the listing of his Representative Experiences.
John’s leadership roles include current service as Vice President of the Northeast Chapter of the Turnaround Management Association. John also serves on the leadership team for the Mediation Committee of the American Bankruptcy Institute. Past leadership service includes co-chairing the Technology & Intellectual Property Committee of ABI as well as the Bankruptcy Section of the Boston Bar Association. He speaks and writes on topics involving financing and technology including data security as described under News and Events and Publications. John leverages his understanding of financing and technology issues in distressed situations to strengthen rights and outcomes for clients growing rapidly.
John is passionate about community organizations focused on promoting the positive development of youth, fostering healthy environments for families, investing in financial literacy for high school students, and promoting business mentoring and entrepreneurship training for military veterans. His volunteerism has included service as Youth and Family Services chair, Little League president, and Scout leader among other roles. He serves as co-chair and volunteer for the M. Ellen Carpenter Financial Literacy Program and on the Advisory Board and volunteer for the Veteran Entrepreneurial Training and Resource Network. He has also served as a board member of the George Washington University Law Alumni Association, past president of the Holy Cross Club of Boston and currently as a member of the Board of Directors of the Holy Cross Lawyers Association.
John served as a law clerk for the Honorable Ronald R. Lagueux of the United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island, following graduation from law school. He is admitted in Massachusetts and New York.