Lori Mayer is a partner of Nagel Rice LLP and handles a broad spectrum of business and real estate matters, including estate planning. She has extensive transactional experience in stock and asset acquisitions representing both buyers and sellers, business start-ups, secured and unsecured financing transactions representing both borrowers and lenders, and real estate purchases, sales, and leases, including rooftop solar leases, representing buyers, sellers, landlords, and tenants. Lori also has broad experience representing established businesses in matters such as trade contracts, employment contracts, non-compete and other restrictive covenants, general business governance, ongoing and changing relationships among the owners of a business, and trademark screening, registration, and licensing.
Lori has lectured for the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education on landlord-tenant issues. In 2011, she lectured on Comprehensive Roadmap to Handling Commercial Landlord Tenant Issues and in 2010 she lectured on Handling Current Commercial Landlord Tenant Issues. Lori is also the author of “Landlord Consents: Reasonableness, Good Faith, and Remedies,” New Jersey Lawyer, December 2009 and “New Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act: Wider Discretion and Greater Risks for Managers of Endowment Funds,” New Jersey Lawyer, April 2010.
Lori is Co-Chair of the Family and Small Business Law Committee of the Business Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association. Lori graduated from Georgetown Law and served as an Editor of the Georgetown Law Journal.