Michael E. Storck Named Among the Western New York Daily Record’s 2022 Intellectual Property Power 20

September 22, 2022 | Press Releases

BUFFALO, N.Y. – Lippes Mathias today announced that Michael E. Storck, partner and co-leader of the firm’s intellectual property practice team, has been recognized on the Western New York Daily Record’s 2022 Intellectual Property Power 20 list of the region’s most notable intellectual property attorneys. 

Michael, who also serves as co-leader of the firm’s securities practice team, originally wanted to be a politician. Fortunately for his clients, he was seduced along the way by what he calls, “the true faith – the law.” Following his calling, Michael honed his skills in the areas of business and corporate law with a particular focus on financial transactions, intellectual property, immigration, and securities regulation. His ingenuity and creativity have helped numerous small and medium-sized companies develop and implement effective strategies for the protection of intellectual property and assurance of sound corporate governance. 

About Lippes Mathias LLP 
Lippes Mathias is a full-service law firm with more than 140 attorneys serving clients regionally, nationally, and internationally. With offices in Buffalo, Albany, Rochester, Long Island, and New York, N.Y.; Greater Toronto Area; Chicago, Ill.; Jacksonville, Fla.; San Antonio, T.X.; and Washington, D.C., the firm represents publicly and privately-owned companies, private equity and venture capital firms, real estate developers, financial institutions, municipalities, governmental entities, and individuals. 

Year after year, Lippes Mathias is proud to be recognized by The Best Lawyers in America®, U.S. News - Best Lawyers®, Super Lawyers and Chambers USA. 
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