Michael J. Bohnen is Of Counsel in Nutter's Corporate and Transactions Department.
He currently provides corporate counsel to nonprofit organizations and serves as President of a major charitable foundation. As a partner at Nutter, he represented publicly and privately-held companies in the areas of corporate and securities law, concentrating on mergers and acquisitions and finance.
Michael has taught courses in corporate law at the law schools of Northeastern and Boston University. He is the co-author of Massachusetts Corporate Forms, a two-volume resource widely used by lawyers throughout Massachusetts. He has participated in the drafting of Massachusetts legislation relating to business corporations, professional corporations, takeovers, limited liability entities, and charities. He has also lectured and written course materials in these areas.
Michael is active in many non-profit organizations. Previously, he has served as Chair of the Corporate Law Committee of the Boston Bar Association, Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston, the Jewish Community Relations Council, and the Solomon Schechter Day School. He also served as Founding Chair of Gann Academy and National Chair of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs and of the Partnership for Excellence in Jewish Education.
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- The Best Lawyers in America, 1997-2007
- Chambers and Partners, Leading U.S. M&A Attorney, 2007-2008
- Massachusetts Super Lawyers, 2004-2009
Education & Admissions
Harvard Law School, J.D.
Harvard College, B.A.
- Massachusetts Bar
- Massachusetts Federal Court
- US Supreme Court
Michael has taught courses in corporate law at the law schools of Northeastern and Boston University. He is the co-author of Massachusetts Corporate Forms, a two-volume resource widely used by lawyers throughout Massachusetts.
The Best Lawyers in America, 1997-2007
Chambers and Partners, Leading U.S. M&A Attorney, 2007-2008
Massachusetts Super Lawyers, 2004-2009