John Mintz

John Mintz

John Mintz is an expert in information governance, data privacy and e-discovery law. He teaches E-Discovery Law at Suffolk University Law School, one of the few national full-semester offerings on the subject.

He has distinguished himself in the use of legal operations and technology to streamline practices and develop innovative solutions to challenging legal and case production issues. He represents clients in a wide variety of industries, including biotechnology, FinTech, hospitals & health systems, insurance, financial services, retailers, education and consulting.

Early Life and Education

Mintz’s interest in children led him to reassess how students learn history. He developed an ambitious project, Digital History, that makes use of numerous digital tools and is bound together through a central website.

He is a historian, and author of fifteen books, including The Prime of Life: A History of Modern Adulthood, which was named a New York Times Book Review Editor’s Choice and Huck’s Raft: A History of American Childhood, which won major awards from the Association of American Publishers and the Organization of American Historians.

He is a member of the Council on Contemporary Families, an organization of leading academics and clinicians who bring research on families to the public. He is also president-elect of H-Net: Humanities and Social Sciences Online, an international consortium of scholars who use new technologies to advance teaching and research.

Professional Career

John advises start-up and late-stage biotechnology companies on a wide range of business and corporate matters. These include financing, mergers and acquisitions and public offerings, as well as joint venture agreements, licensing arrangements and strategic alliances.

John also assists clients on international life sciences transactions. He has extensive experience in structuring and negotiating collaborative research and development and licensing transactions with public and private companies in France, Germany, Israel and China.

He is a leading counsel in the field of electronic discovery and data management, representing clients from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies in matters involving commercial litigation, M&A issues/second requests, government investigations and technology-related discovery. He also directs the firm’s E-Data Consulting Group, which includes a team of lawyers and technologists that manages the Firm’s discovery vendor partnerships and internal discovery functions.

Achievements and Honors

John Mintz is an accomplished attorney with a successful practice in the areas of private equity, venture capital and mergers and acquisitions. He represents clients in transactions involving private and public companies, growth funds and emerging-growth companies in the technology, communications, biotechnology and health care sectors.

He also handles corporate and securities law matters, as well as cross-border business transactions. He has represented many high-growth, private-equity backed companies in transactions in the United States and abroad.

During his military career, he served as an Individual Material Readiness List Manager at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point and Camp Pendleton California. He deployed to Afghanistan twice in support of OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM. He received the following awards: USMC Meritorious Service Medal, Navy Commendation Medal, Combat Action Ribbon and two Joint Service Achievement Medals.

Personal Life

John Mintz’s personal life was filled with family, friends, and adventures. He enjoyed hiking, jogging, and spending time with his wife.

He also liked to spend time with his niece and nephews. He often visited them at their house in Yuba City, California.

In 2006, John got lost while running on a trail near Yosemite National Park. He spent a night in the wilderness, and he had to wait for a search party to arrive before he was found.

Several years later, he again became lost while jogging on a trail near Millerton Lake State Recreation Area in Fresno, California. After spending the night, he was rescued by a police officer. In addition to pursuing his hobby of running trails, John also loved listening to rock concerts.

Net Worth

John Mintz is a professional actor who has appeared in many films. He started his career with a role in the film Superbad in 2007.

Since then, he has appeared in at least one movie or television show every year. He has also starred in several music videos.

He has a total net worth of $12 million. This sum is earned from his various endeavors.

His father, Ray Plasse, is a postal worker and his mother, Ellen Mintz, is a school counselor.

He is an American actor and comedian who gained fame for his roles in ‘Superbad’, ‘Role Models’ and ‘Kick-Ass’. He has also lent his voice in animated movies like ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ and ‘Neighbors’.

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