N. Tasmin Din advises both public and private companies on a broad range of corporate matters, including mergers and acquisitions for financial and strategic buyers, venture financing (representing entrepreneurs and investors), securities law compliance, and corporate governance issues. Tasmin has a strong background working with startups and technology, financial services and insurance companies with a focus on software as well as fintech companies. Her experience also includes corporate matters for entrepreneurs in the life sciences sector. In addition, her background includes presentations related to corporate topics such as angel and venture financing as well as impact investing.
Tasmin is a graduate of Northeastern University School of Law and Tufts University School of Medicine in the JD/MPH Program. As a student, she was active with the Medical-Legal Partnership for Children at Tufts Medical Center, the International Law Society, the American Civil Liberties Union, and was a co-coordinator of the Student Global Aids Campaign.
After the first year of law school, Tasmin served as a judicial intern for Judge Raymond J. Brassard of the Superior Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and also for Judge Judith Fabricant in the Business Litigation Session. As a law student, Tasmin also served as a legal fellow at the Private Sector Engagement Unit of Oxfam-America and spent a summer as a legal intern in Phnom Penh with the Victims Unit of the United Nations Assistance Mission to the Khmer Rouge Trials in Cambodia.
Wasmer, Schroeder & Co. LLC in its sale to The Charles Schwab Corp., a provider of financial services.
Descartes Systems Group in its $11.2 million acquisition of BestTransport.com, Inc., a cloud-based transportation management system provider focused on flatbed-intensive manufacturers and distributors
Virtus Investment Partners in its acquisition of a majority interest in Sustainable Growth Advisers, an investment manager, from Estancia Capital
Moody’s Corp. in its minority investment in Rockport VAL, LLC, a provider of cloud-based commercial real estate valuation and cash flow modeling tools
128 Technology, a session-oriented routing software company, in its $21.5 million Series C financing from G20 Ventures and individual investors
Oracle in its acquisition of Moat Inc., a leading provider of digital customer attention tracking, measurement, and analytics to some of the world's largest brands and publishers
Descartes Systems Group in its acquisition of Appterra, LLC, a provider of cloud integration and supply chain management solutions
Descartes Systems Group in its acquisition of Oz Development, Inc., a provider of application integration solutions that automate logistics and supply chain processes
Aspen Insurance Holdings in its acquisition of AgriLogic Insurance Services, an insurance agency in the agricultural business
In addition to the above, she has worked on corporate matters for venBio, Sapient, Fidelity Investments, Guardian Life Insurance, Anova Data, MSD Capital, Prudential Insurance Co. of America and Habitat for Humanity
Five Colleges Incorporated, 2001, Five College International Relations Certificate
Hampshire College, 2001, Bachelor of Arts
Northeastern University School of Law, 2010, Juris Doctor
Tufts University School of Medicine, 2010, Master of Public Health
Awards and Affiliations
American Bar Association
Massachusetts Bar Association
Women’s Bar Association
Boston Bar Association
Business Transactions Steering Committee, Boston Bar Association