Jacob is an associate in the Corporate, M&A, and Technology Services group of OlenderFeldman LLP.
Prior to joining the firm, Jacob worked for multiple financial regulators, including the United States Securities and Exchange Commission and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. Jacob also worked for a broker-dealer handling regulatory compliance and responses to inquiries and multiple boutique law firms that specialize in corporate and financial technology matters. Jacob advises clients in all matters related to the corporate life cycle, including corporate formation and governance, venture capital financing, tax, and mergers and acquisitions.
Jacob earned his J.D. and corporate law certificate from Rutgers Law School, and his B.A. from Rutgers University-New Brunswick. Jacob is an author on financial technology and cybersecurity matters and two of his academic papers that were recently accepted for publication involve corporate governance related to proxy access and the history of initial coin offerings that brought blockchain related technology to the retail market.
Jacob is admitted to practice in New Jersey and New York.
In addition to practicing law, Jacob enjoys playing chess, walking with his wife and their two dogs, and being involved in his community through his masonic lodge. He is fluent in Russian.