David Concannon is a partner in Goodwin’s Technology group. His practice focuses exclusively on emerging companies matters, representing corporate clients as company counsel and venture capital firms as investor counsel. He advises emerging companies through their entire life cycle, from formation to growth stages and exits. David’s work with clients includes formations, angel, seed, venture, and private equity financings, public offerings, and mergers and acquisitions. In addition, he spends substantial time advising market participants regarding cryptocurrencies and blockchain matters.
David also maintains an active pro bono practice.
David’s clients include both emerging companies and venture capital firms. His representative experience includes:
- Nayya in its $55 million Series C financing
- UserHub in its $3 million Series Pre-Seed financing
- Small Door in its $40 million Series B financing
- Airspace in its $23 million Series B financing
- Manta in its $35 million Series B financing
- ConsenSys Mesh in its Series A1 investment in Candy Digital
- R3 in connection with its spin out of, and investment in, Obscuro Ltd.
- Fabric Technologies in its sale to Western & Southern Financial Group
- Nayya in its $37 million Series B financing
- Ergatta in its $30 million Series A financing
- Pipedrive in its sale to Vista Equity Partners*
- Fluence in its U.S. $125 million investment from Qatar Investment Authority*
- Fabric Technologies in its U.S. $18 million Series B financing*
- Ergatta in its Series Seed financing*
- Loop in its U.S. $25 million Series A financing*
- Reonomy in its U.S. $60 million Series D financing*
- InfoSum in its U.S. $15 million Series A financing*
- Selina Hostels in its U.S. $100 million Series C financing*
- Pipedrive in its U.S. $50 million Series C financing*
- Small Door in its Series Seed financing*
- Reonomy in its U.S. $30 million Series C financing*
- Raise Marketplace in its U.S. $40 million Series D financing*
*Denotes experience prior to joining Goodwin.
David spends significant time mentoring current and future participants in the startup community. He has also served as an affiliated attorney and guest lecturer with the University of Michigan School of Law Entrepreneurship Clinic.
Prior to joining Goodwin, David was a partner in the Emerging Companies Practice and co-chair of the Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Task Force at Latham & Watkins.
Vanderbilt University School of Law
University of Michigan
- New York
Recognition & Awards
David is recommended for FinTech: Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies by Chambers USA 2020, 2021 and 2022 as well as Fintech: Media, Technology and Telecoms by The Legal 500 2020.