Mr. Lovelace, is a partner with Lippes Mathias and is the firm’s Asset Receivable Management and Franchising & Licensing Practice Team Leader. Mr. Lovelace routinely directs a variety of complex business and financial legal matters including structuring and reorganizing businesses particularly to comply with various government regulations, business succession, private equity/venture capital, mergers and acquisitions, franchise law, healthcare compliance structuring, intellectual property protection and licensing, and financing transactions. He regularly acts as outside general counsel for clients in connection with a broad range of day-to-day contract and commercial matters, transactions, governance and operational issues.
- Practice Teams
- Asset Receivable Management
- Health Care
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Family Business
- Intellectual Property
- Private Equity
- Consumer Financial Services
- Franchising and Licensing
ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
- New York
- University at Buffalo Law School, J.D.
- Xavier University, B.S.
Honors & Awards
- Upstate New York SuperLawyers®, Rising Star, (2016-2017)
- WNY Business Leadership Forum
- University at Buffalo Alumni Association Board of Directors
- Boys and Girls Club of Orchard Park Board of Directors (2009-2013)
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