Simon Lincoln formed his own practice in 2001, after approximately six years as a corporate associate at Rubin Baum Levin Constant & Friedman and Heller Ehrman White & MacAuliffe. At those firms, Simon represented clients in connection with their public and private M&A transactions and equity financings. He recognized during those years that small to mid-sized businesses required sophisticated corporate counsel that could handle both their M&A and private equity transactions, as well as their day-to-day corporate legal needs, but were not always well-served at larger firms. documents.

In 1991, Simon graduated with a B.A. from Cornell University College of Arts & Sciences. While attending Cornell, he played as a forward on the Men’s Varsity Basketball Team. Simon earned his J.D. in 1995 from Fordham University School of Law. There he worked as an Editor on the Fordham International Law Journal, and authored a Note entitled “The Legal Status of Gibraltar: Whose Rock Is It Anyway?”

Simon is admitted to the New York State Bar (1996) and the Connecticut Bar (2015).