About

Based in Princeton, New Jersey, Gregg Jaclin is a seasoned consultant who focuses on Gregg Jaclin Headshot (ICON)financing, mergers, acquisitions, and securities issues. Throughout his career, Gregg has shifted away from traditional legal representation and become more of a resource to individuals with an unshakeable entrepreneurial acumens, as well as small businesses across the United States. 

Gregg’s interest in legal consulting was first sparked during his time at the University of Maryland at College Park, where he received his Bachelor’s degree in 1992. Shortly thereafter, he attended Cardozo School of Law, earning his J.D. in 1995.

Upon completing his education, Gregg was named a partner at Anslow & Jaclin, LLP, where he focused on securities involving reversed mergers, venture capital transactions, shareholder and other equity holder agreements, and assisting NASD registered brokers and dealers. 

However, after spending some time serving as the CEO, President, CFO, and Secretary of Eastern Acquisition Corp., Gregg Jaclin chose to broaden his horizons and pursue opportunities outside of the firm he had created. As such, he was named a partner at Szaferman Lakind Blumstein and Blader, P.C. in 2013.

During his three-year tenure, Gregg found himself representing individuals in courtroom settings less and less, and instead advising entrepreneurs and small business owners on how to properly establish their companies for long-term success. Furthermore, Gregg fielded important questions that often go unanswered, such as whether or not a company should frame itself as a sole proprietor, limited liability corporation, or incorporated.

With this renewed focus, Gregg Jaclin left his previous firm to begin his own: Jaclin Law Group, P.C. As Managing Partner, Gregg also frequently meets with members of the investment community, and leverages those connections to help clients discover new sources of capital. After all, private equity is one of the most difficult resources to acquire, as it is expensive and time-consuming in nature. However, Gregg Jaclin feels as though he can serve as an asset to his clients, whether by introducing them to the correct private equity partner(s) or by encouraging them to seek other opportunities to access capital.

To glean further insight into Gregg Jaclin’s experience, as well as his opinions on private equity and initial private offerings (IPOs), be sure to check his website out!

 

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