Ashley Tibett is a member of our Forbes-recognized Corporate Department, where she focuses on transactional and construction-related matters. Growing up as part of a family-owned construction business on Long Island as well as having worked at a locally owned and operated restaurant, Ashley brings a practical and get-it-done approach to her legal work.
Ashley’s work includes drafting and negotiating a variety of business agreements including supply, licensing, non-compete, employment, consulting, and employee compensation agreements, such as warrant/stock option plans. She frequently works on financing transactions and corporate governance matters. She also participates in settlement negotiations and drafting of related agreements, particularly for employment-related matters. For our construction clients, Ashley has experience drafting a variety of agreements including sub-contract, indemnification, and settlement agreements. Ashley also works with our mergers and acquisitions team on a variety of M&A-related matters including business divorces, sell- and buy-side transactions, due diligence, and the drafting and negotiation of deal documents.
Ashley joined CMM as a Summer Associate in 2019. While in law school, she completed an externship with Eversource Energy, where she worked on environmental matters (corporate compliance side) and was part of the Evaluation Team on the Section 83C (offshore wind energy) bid solicitation review. She also worked as a Student Attorney in the Boston University School of Law Environmental Law Practicum for the Alternatives for Community and Environment. In that role, she participated in planning concerning the implementation of the Boston Climate Plan, specifically as it related to promoting energy efficiency upgrades to multi-family homes in a manner mutually beneficial for tenants and landlords. Ashley drafted a white paper analyzing techniques used in other major cities and recommending a best path forward for Boston.
Also in law school, Ashley worked as a Judicial Intern for Administrative Judge Neile F. Eisner in an EEOC District Office, where she developed experience regarding admissibility of evidence and witness credibility in employment-related matters. Prior to law school, Ashley interned at the New York State Division of Human Rights, where she interviewed complainants, reviewed complaints, and drafted recommended rulings on whether there should be a finding of discrimination.
SUNY Geneseo, B.S., summa cum laude (Phi Beta Kappa)
Boston University School of Law, J.D. (Executive Editor, Boston University Public Interest Law Journal)