Lippes Mathias Wexler Friedman LLP's Scott E. Friedman and Andrea H. Vossler Participate in Synapse Life Consortium Hamilton Health Innovation Monthly Check-Up

February 21, 2018 | Press Releases

BUFFALO, NY – Scott E. Friedman, chairman and CEO, and Andrea H. Vossler, partner, at Lippes Mathias Wexler Friedman LLP were recent guest speakers at Synapse Life Consortium’s Hamilton Health Innovation Monthly Check-up. This open discussion held February 26, raises awareness of what’s happening in the Hamilton, Ontario health innovation ecosystem. The focus on this latest meeting was on the development, deployment, and adoption of health innovation.

The Synapse Life Science Consortium is the formal regional cluster organization for the life sciences cluster in the greater Hamilton region. Synapse is a not-for-profit focused on supporting initiatives and projects that magnify the impact of collective action across the cluster ecosystem, and accelerate the commercialization of life science innovation.

At Lippes Mathias Wexler Friedman, Mr. Friedman focuses his practice principally in two areas: working with entrepreneurs and family businesses, partnerships and closely held businesses across the United States on a wide range of matters relating to organizational dynamics. Mr. Friedman is a general partner and manager of Impact Capital, a WNY venture capital fund, and Buffalo Capital Partners LLC, where he enjoys working closely with startup companies.

Ms. Vossler has a particular focus on startups and venture capital and private equity transactions. In addition to handling complex mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, she represents entrepreneurs, innovators, start-up companies, private investors as well as venture capital and private equity funds.
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