Thomas Camp, JD, MBA, is a creative problem solver and business-oriented attorney who is driven to achieve successful and cost-effective outcomes for his clients.
Tom leads Camp Corporate Law, LLC, a Wellesley-based boutique business law firm that regularly represents entrepreneurs, acquisition sponsors, technology driven companies, dental practices, and a wide range of other small and medium sized businesses in connection with business transactions and outside general counsel advisory services.
Tom's unique business and educational background, including P&L responsibility for the international division of a publicly traded company, allow Tom to understand and serve his clients' business needs.
Tom practiced corporate and securities law for nearly 10 years with Hutchins, Wheeler & Dittmar, a large Boston law firm, where he honed his business and transactional skills through extensive experience representing leading private equity firms, their portfolio companies, entrepreneurs, financial institutions, and dental professionals in a range of corporate, securities, commercial and M&A transactions.
Tom also served as a senior executive at LoJack Corporation, including as SVP & GM, International, where his group worked through licensing, distribution, international trade, employment and many other legal matters.
Tom started his involvement with the dental community in the early 1990’s through his wife, who owns and operates Bedford Periodontal and Dental Implant Care.
Over the years, Tom has gotten to know many dentists as both clients and friends and has gained a thorough understanding of their unique needs when structuring successful transactions. He regularly represents dentists in connection with practice acquisitions and sales, buy-ins, start-ups, partnership agreements, real estate leases, associate employment agreements, bank loans, and more.
When not working, Tom enjoys spending time with his wife and three boys, traveling, reading, indulging in trashy TV, and trying to stay active. Tom received his B.A. from Tufts University (1985), majoring in Economics and French (magna cum laude), and his joint J.D. (order of the coif) and M.B.A. from Boston College (1990).
Lauren M. Guillette, JD is a skilled business attorney with extensive experience counseling businesses, entrepreneurs, individuals and investors in connection with a broad range of business law matters, including entity formation issues, asset and equity acquisitions and dispositions, and employment and human resources issues.
Lauren regularly creates and negotiates sophisticated LLC operating agreements, shareholder agreements, purchase and sale agreements, employment-related agreements and documents, business contracts and real estate leases. She also assists the firm’s business clients with their corporate governance and maintenance obligations.
Lauren began her career as an attorney at Peabody & Brown (the predecessor to Nixon Peabody), in Boston in their Business Law and Syndications Group.
Her practice focused on transactions involving the structuring of complex tax advantaged transactions intended to maximize both financial and tax benefits. She also represented institutional investors in the acquisitions of investments and restructuring and disposition of troubled real estate investments.
She subsequently joined one of the largest affordable housing syndicators in the country as its Assistant General Counsel. While there, Lauren provided in-house legal support and strategic guidance to asset and fund managers, including advising on legal issues related to entity structuring, new fund development, property acquisitions and property management, and drafting and negotiating leasing and sales contracts.
She also advised on human resource issues including drafting handbooks, policies, and ethics statements, and hiring and terminations.
In her free time Lauren enjoys many interests, including volunteering in her community, cooking and reading, working in her gardens, and hiking with her dog. She and her family love to spend time in the summers doing all things water related on Block Island in Rhode Island, and in the winter skiing at Burke Mountain in Vermont.
Lauren received her Bachelor of Commerce degree (with distinction) from McGill University (1986), concentrating in finance and marketing, and her J.D. (cum laude) from Suffolk University (1989).
Michael H. Zafiropoulos, Esquire is a versatile and highly skilled real estate attorney with over 30 years of experience, representing a broad range of clients in Massachusetts in connection with a broad range of real estate law matters, including in the areas of commercial and residential real estate law with a focus on purchase, sale, land use and development, commercial leasing, condominium law and representing lenders. Michael has served as counsel to commercial lenders, property owners, developers, condominium associations, commercial landlords and tenants and closely held family businesses.
Michael has significant experience representing real estate developers involving the development of several small and large scale residential subdivisions, condominium projects and mixed-use developments. He received the Builders Association of Greater Boston's 2009 Silver Prism Award for Best Multi-Family Conversion for his work as one of the principals on the development team of a 26-unit, $15 million condominium project in Boston. In addition to his business experience with these developments, Michael also brings experience as a licensed construction supervisor to his practice.
Michael is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, the Real Estate Bar Association for Massachusetts, the American Land Title Association and the Hellenic Bar Association, for which he is a past president. He has also served on various committees and boards of non-profit and charitable organizations, including past chairman and member of the alumni association of the Rivers School in Weston, Massachusetts. Drawing from his rich heritage and his capacity to find practical and creative solutions for real estate-related development matters, he served as an active participant on the Building Committee for the St. Demetrios Church in Weston, Massachusetts in multiple phases of the $7.5 million development and construction of a new church building.
When he is not working, Michael enjoys playing golf, skiing, tennis and paddle and also spending time with his wife and daughter.
Michael graduated from Boston College with his bachelor's degree in political science in 1986 and went on to receive his law degree from Suffolk University Law School in 1990. He is licensed to practice before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court and the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts.