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Jack provides regulatory compliance advice to sophisticated healthcare clients.

As a law student, Jack’s eyes were opened to the vast field of healthcare law by an editorial position with the American Journal of Law and Medicine. Realizing the depth and breadth of the practice area, he applied for a clerkship with Summit Health Law Partners, the forerunner of Husch Blackwell’s Boston office, where he had the opportunity to contribute to a wide variety of healthcare-related matters. Jack quickly discovered how much he enjoyed working with physicians and other healthcare providers, as well as with complex, sophisticated hospital systems.

During his time as a clerk at both Summit and later Husch Blackwell, Jack worked closely with senior attorneys on medical malpractice cases, the Massachusetts’ Determination of Need process, covid regulations, large-scale healthcare organization transactions and various regulatory matters. He also previously served as a legal scholar to the Rhode Island Department of Health, conducting legal research on public health topics.

Today, Jack focuses much of his practice on healthcare regulatory compliance, especially in the midst of mergers, acquisitions and other corporate transactions. He is particularly passionate about helping clients navigate the regulatory issues inherent in major acquisitions.

Jack’s goal is for clients to feel that matters left in his hands are completely off their worry list. He’ll focus on the law and ensure that clients remain in compliance, while they focus on patient care.



  • J.D., Boston University School of Law
    • American Journal of Law and Medicine, Staff Editor
  • B.A., Florida State University
    • magna cum laude


  • Massachusetts
Outside the Office

Jack is a huge, diehard Boston sports fan and names baseball and basketball as his favorites. He also loves to ski and spends as much time as possible hitting various New England ski destinations.