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Specific Practice Areas:

  • Corporate Law
  • Contracts
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Personal Service Agreements
  • Securities Law

Leonard Nannarone, Esq., Attorney

Leonard Nannarone, Esq., is a distinguished corporate attorney known for his expertise in general corporate legal matters, mergers & acquisitions, contract negotiations, personal service agreements, and securities law. With a J.D. from the University of Illinois College of Law and a summa cum laude B.A. from Providence College, Leonard is admitted to practice in California, Rhode Island, Illinois, New York, and Massachusetts.

Throughout his career, Leonard has represented a diverse clientele, from venture capital funds to renowned corporations such as The Boston Globe and Intel Corporation. His notable representations include guiding startups through intricate transactions, negotiating acquisitions by industry leaders like Uber and Google, and serving as outside general counsel for Boston-based venture capital funds.

Drawing from his experiences at Kirkland & Ellis and Intel Corporation, where he played a pivotal role in major strategic transactions and investments during the late 1990s, Leonard has earned a reputation for his ability to navigate complex legal landscapes. His dedication to providing innovative legal solutions is exemplified by his role as the founder of Disruptive Legal Fees.

With a commitment to excellence and a focus on delivering tailored legal services, Leonard continues to make significant contributions to the legal field, guiding his clients through every stage of their business endeavors.


J.D., University of Illinois College of Law, 1994
B.A., summa cum laude, Providence College, 1990

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Admitted to Practice: California, Rhode Island, Illinois, New York and Massachusetts

Fun Facts

  • For him, coffee is a must-have.
  • He started two eCommerce businesses in high school.
  • He loves to ski
  • He was an early investor in over 500 Startups, Facebook, Twitter, and Yelp.