John Maselli is a triple board-certified neurologist (Neurology, Clinical Neurophysiology and Electromyography). Additionally, he specializes in the physiology of neuromuscular transmission, synaptic electrophysiology and molecular biology.
He has extensive research and development expertise in motor neuron disease, particularly the pathophysiology of CEAD. Currently, he is researching how mesenchymal stem-cells may aid in restoring motor neuron function for CEAD patients.
Early Life and Education
As in most advanced industrialized nations, early childhood education and care (ECEC) programs in the United States originated from multiple historical streams including child protection, services for children with special needs, and initiatives designed to increase mothers’ labor force participation.
ECEC encompasses a range of part-day, full-school-day and workday programs offered under educational, social welfare or commercial auspices that are funded and delivered in both public and private sectors. Programs may place greater emphasis on the “care” component of ECEC while other times equally focus on both.
Evidence on the significance of early childhood development and education for future well-being is growing, yet knowledge gaps persist – particularly among key actors in developing countries such as policymakers, parents and educators.
John Maselli is a business lawyer currently employed at DLA Piper. He’s located in their San Francisco office and assists clients from the region to take advantage of their global platform.
His career has seen him handle a range of high-profile cases. He has achieved victory in jury trial acquittals and hung juries in major criminal trials before the United States Federal Court, as well as overturning significant drug trafficking and sexual assault convictions on appeal from both Maine Supreme Court and First Circuit rulings.
For over three decades, he has been representing individuals in state and federal criminal matters across America. His clients have ranged from judges, partners in major law firms, and successful solo practitioners; all advocating for their constitutional rights while upholding American history and legal tradition.
Achievements and Honors
John Maselli is a partner in the New Orleans office of international law firm Linklaters, LLP and an expert on corporate and securities law. Additionally, John has extensive experience in mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures around the world.
He has represented companies in transactions spanning a range of industries, from technology and food and beverage to energy and metals. Furthermore, he serves as a consultant to private equity firms and their portfolio companies.
He was heavily involved in civic affairs and dedicated much of his life to honoring Italians’ contributions to New Orleans. He helped restore the city’s Italian heritage, founded an American-Italian Renaissance Foundation and was frequently invited by Presidents to consult local leaders on ethnic or cultural matters.
John Maselli is a partner at DLA Piper who provides advice to private equity sponsors, venture capital firms, special purpose acquisition companies and portfolio companies on domestic and cross-border mergers, acquisitions and other business combinations. Additionally, John handles general corporate law, securities law issues and commercial matters.
John Maselli is an experienced and successful professional within the Mergers & Acquisitions practice and Technology Transactions Group at the firm. He frequently assists private equity investors with the formation, negotiation and closing of transactions involving technology companies.
He has extensive expertise in the high-tech, healthcare, energy and industrial sectors. He has advised private equity sponsors, special purpose acquisition companies and portfolio companies on a range of transactions such as de-SPACs, leveraged buyouts, asset sales, tender offers, spinoffs, carveouts and take privates. Furthermore, he represents clients regarding growth equity investments, early stage ventures and leveraged recapitalizations.
John Maselli has a net worth of $8.15 million as of 24 August 2022 and owns 41,190 shares of Catalent stock worth $2,800,508 as of February 26th. Since 2019, Mr Maselli has made 6 trades of Catalent stock; his largest trade being selling 4,646 shares for $478,724 on August 24th; on average he purchases 801 shares per month. In his role as Pres & COO at Catalent, Maselli earns an approximate net worth of $3,779,130 as president & COO; this figure does not reflect any investments he may own. Through his professional career, Maselli has amassed an impressive net worth.