John J. Matteo

Washington, D.C.

Jackson & Campbell, P.C
1120 20th Street NW
Suite 300S
Washington, DC 20036

Tel: 202.457.5457

Email: jmatteo@jackscamp.com
Web: www.jackscamp.com/

With 30 years of experience representing companies, non-profit organizations and closely held businesses, John concentrates his practice on business and commercial legal matters, including those arising in health care and real estate transactions.

Sophisticated clients and organizations need an attorney who understands their needs and can guide them through the legal nuances of business and commercial transactions. Mr. Matteo, President of the Firm, is that attorney. With 30 years of experience representing companies, non-profit organizations and closely held businesses, John concentrates his practice on business and commercial legal matters, including those arising in health care and real estate transactions. He currently chairs the Firm’s Business and Employment Law Practice Groups and as President, he also serves as Chair of the Firm’s Executive Committee and its Board of Directors, giving him a unique perspective on the day-to-day operations facing any business.

John has represented both sellers and purchasers in multi-million dollar acquisitions, including The Washington Club in the sale of its historic Patterson Mansion at 15 Dupont Circle, one of the largest D.C. real estate transactions to close in 2014. John also represented the National Association of Attorneys General Mission Foundation, Inc. in its sale and renovation swap of its M Street headquarters. In 2015, John was retained by the Washington Home and Community Hospices for the the sale of its significant real estate holdings in the District and for related restructuring issues.

In addition to these significant real estate and business transactions, John has counseled several companies and individuals on a whole range of business issues, including organizational structuring, mergers and acquisitions, stock agreements, commercial leasing, real estate, governance, workouts, bankruptcy, and employment issues. John also represents non-profit organizations on similar issues, as well as obtaining tax-exempt status and providing compliance advice with IRC 501(c) regulations. Additionally, he has experience with succession and estate planning issues, for businesses and their owners, including the preparation of wills, trusts, living wills, advance directives, and family LLCs.

John regularly advises hospitals, health care providers, and organizations on contract and real estate matters, as well as particular health law related issues. He has had the unique opportunity to serve as acting in-house counsel support to a major specialty hospital in the District of Columbia, as well as a national trade association in the health care field.

Jackson & Campbell, P.C.’s Business Law Practice Group counsels a range of entities from startups to more mature companies dealing with growth and succession issues. Our attorneys represent high net worth U.S. and foreign individuals; businesses, trade, and professional associations; tax-exempt public charities and private foundations; and government contractors throughout the Washington, D.C. region. We advise clients by working with them side by side on a variety of transactions from the structuring and implementation of deals to corporate governance, business agreements, employment contracts, and other general corporate matters.

We are problem solvers. We keep your transactions on pace and on budget. We handle the complex legal legwork, clarify the legal risks, and advise you on options that fit you, so you can make the best decision for your company.

Our attorneys handle a variety of domestic and international transactions; including business formation, mergers and acquisitions, commercial real estate transactions, joint ventures, bringing companies to market, buyouts, and strategic partnerships. We also routinely assist our clients in financing transactions, including the negotiation of debt and equity financing, creative financing, and equipment leasing agreements. Our attorneys have also assisted numerous business clients in negotiating hundreds of executive employment, non-compete, and severance agreements.