Katie Maxwell is an associate in the firm’s Business Law Department and a member of its Technology & Life Sciences group. Ms. Maxwell advises clients on a wide range of corporate matters, including company formation, venture capital financings, mergers and acquisitions, public securities offerings, and general corporate and securities law. She joined Goodwin in 2016.
- Toast in its $400 million Series F financing, $250 million Series E financing and $115 Series D financing.
- Dutchie in its $350 million Series D financing.
- Firefly Health in its $40 million Series B financing.
- Openly in its $40 million Series B financing, $15 million Series A financing and $7.65 million Series Seed financing.
- HotSpot Therapeutics in its $100 million Series C financing, $65 million Series B financing and $45 million Series A financing.
- Lynx FinHealth in its $17.5 Million Series A financing and $2.5 million Series Seed financing.
- Hedron in its $17.8 million Series A financing.
- AaDya Security in its formation and $3 million Series Seed financing.
- Aliro Technologies in its formation and $2.7 million seed financing.
- Kymera Therapeutics in its $65 million Series B financing and $30 million Series A financing.
- Allurion Technologies in its $27 million Series C financing.
- Neon Therapeutics in its $106 million Series B financing.
- Bessemer Venture Partners, Vinyl Ventures, HubSpot Ventures, Point 406 Ventures and Hamilton Lane in various investments in portfolio companies.
- AppNexus in its sale to AT&T.
- Roman DBDR Tech Acquisition Corp. (a SPAC) in its business combination with Composecure.
- Minim Inc. in its sale to Zoom Telephonics, Inc. (NASDAQ: MINM)
- A virtual health care company in its sale to a public company.
- Iconics in its sale to Mitsubishi Electric Corporation.
- SimpliSafe in its sale to Hellman & Friedman.
- Qvidian in its sale to Upland Software (NASDAQ: UPLD).
- Sound United, a portfolio company of Charlesbank Capital Partners, in its acquisition of D+M Group.
- Webster Capital in its acquisition of PharmaLogics Recruiting.
- A financial services company in the sale of one of its business units to another financial services company.
- Toast, Inc. in its $1 billion initial public offering.
- Kymera Therapeutics, Inc. in its $200 million initial public offering.
- Neon Therapeutics, Inc. in its $100 million initial public offering.
- Underwriting syndicate in the $115 million follow-on offering and subsequent $125 million follow-on offering by Everbridge, Inc.
- Underwriting syndicate in the $450 million 144A offering by Everbridge, Inc.
Ms. Maxwell is a member of the Boston Bar Association.
While attending law school, Ms. Maxwell was an editor of the Virginia Law and Business Review.
University of Virginia School of Law
(magna cum laude)