Brian Mulhall, Goodwin Procter LLP Partner, practices Technology M&A and Business Law

Brian C. Mulhall

Brian C. Mulhall
New York
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Brian C. Mulhall is a partner in Goodwin’s Business Law department and a member of its Technology group and Technology M&A practice. While focusing on the technology sector with expertise in both public and private M&A, Brian also has vast experience advising early and late-stage venture financings, growth equity, joint ventures and general representation of private emerging growth companies. Brian’s practice centers on representing technology companies focused on software, food delivery, healthcare, marketing, FinTech, digital media, and other related specialties. He joined Goodwin in 2018.


Representative M&A experience includes:

  • Olo in its acquisitions of Wisely and Omnivore Technologies
  • Pond5 in its sale to Shutterstock
  • Alert Innovation in its sale to Walmart
  • Phreesia in its acquisition of Insignia Health
  • Even Financial in its sale to MoneyLion 
  • The Infatuation in its sale to JPMorgan
  • Freshly in its sale to Nestle
  • TrueMotion in its sale to Cambridge Mobile Telematics
  • Even Financial in its acquisition of LeapLife
  • Anchor FM in its sale to Spotify
  • Computer Design & Integration in its sale to One Equity Partners
  • Ardan Equity Partners in multiple growth equity investments
  • Fuzz Productions in its sale to Monstar Labs and subsequent spin-out of Koala Labs, Inc. from Monstar Labs
  • Launchpad in the sale of the Man Crates business to Modern Gourmet Foods
  • Performio in its growth equity investment by JMI Equity
  • Updater in its acquisition of Dolly 

Representative venture capital financing experience includes:

  • Jobber in its Series D financing with participation by General Atlantic and Summit Partners
  • Chaos Industries in its Series A financing with participation by 8VC, Alpha Wave, Lerner Enterprises and Valar Ventures
  • The Infatuation in a private placement with participation by WndrCo
  • Even Financial in its Series B financing with participation by Citi Ventures, GreatPoint Ventures, Goldman Sachs PSI, Fidelity, AMEX and MassMutual
  • Charles River Ventures in various investments, including OfficHours Technologies and AtriumHQ
  • Perceptive Advisors in various investments, including Freenome and Kindbody
  • Ubiquity in its investment by BV Investment Partners
  • Sesame in its Series A financing with participation by General Catalyst
  • Passport Labs in its Series D financing with participation by Rho Capital Partners and HIG
  • Avvir in its Series Seed financing with participation by Khosla Ventures and MetaProp NYC 
  • Bennie in multiple venture financing rounds 

Professional Activities

Prior to joining Goodwin, Brian was an associate in the New York office of Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP.




Columbia Law School


College of Charleston



  • New York