Mark Lindon has over 25 years of business law experience working for both private law firms and as in-house counsel. He has handled billions of dollars in business, finance, mergers & acquisition, technology, licensing and distribution deals, and has substantial experience in supervising successful litigation. Mr. Lindon serves as outside general counsel for a number of companies, and regularly advises companies and entrepreneurs on transactional and operational matters. His substantial experience spans a number of fast-paced industries including medical devices, technology, finance, manufacturing and telecom.
Mr. Lindon was a corporate lawyer at Wall Street law firm Stroock & Stroock & Lavan for eight years following law school. He successfully represented a multitude of clients (early stage to Fortune 500) in numerous complex mergers & acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, venture capital investments, debt restructurings, public and private debt and equity offerings, financings and licensing transactions. He then went on to start his own law firm, continuing to practice in these areas in addition to advising hedge funds, structuring investment partnerships, and advising numerous small and medium size companies through all stages of growth.
From 2006 to present, Mr. Lindon has served as general counsel of Bioness Inc., a medical device company owned by Alfred E. Mann, a prominent medical device billionaire and entrepreneur. From 2006-2009 Mr. Lindon was in-house and since 2009 to present he has served as a consultant. At Bioness, Mr. Lindon managed the acquisition of a foreign medical device manufacturer, numerous domestic and international licensing and distributorship transactions and IP strategies, and structured numerous compliance and risk management programs and policies. Mr. Lindon continues to serve as Bioness’ primary counsel.
Mr. Lindon graduated from Georgetown University (magna cum laude) and UCLA Law School (Executive Editor of the Federal Communications Law Journal).