Alexander M. Gayer, a partner in the firm’s Corporate and Business practice group, has been with the firm since the inception of his career in 1998. Mr. Gayer has extensive experience in the representation of both new and existing privately owned companies in all facets of their businesses, from negotiating and drafting shareholder, operating and partnership agreements and employment contracts, to negotiating and drafting documents relating to the acquisition or sale of a business. In addition, Mr. Gayer has represented clients in connection with raising capital through private securities offerings. Mr. Gayer is also experienced in advising clients regarding the protection of their intellectual property rights, including the filing and prosecution of appropriate trademark or copyright applications.
Mr. Gayer is admitted to practice in the States of New York and New Jersey and is a member of the Suffolk County Bar Association.
Mr. Gayer is a graduate of the Fordham University School of Law (J.D., 1998) and Dartmouth College (B.A., 1993) where he was captain of the varsity basketball team. Mr. Gayer is a former President of the Dartmouth Alumni Club of Long Island.
Represented a Privately Held Flag and Banner Company in the Sale of Substantially all of its AssetsAlex Gayer and Benjamin Goldberg of the Firm’s Business and Corporate Law Practice Group represented a privately held flag and banner company in the sale of substantially all of its assets.
Closed a Loan in the Aggregate Amount of $1, 300, 000.00 for a Closely Held CompanyLou Fiore of the Firm’s Commercial Real Estate Practice Group and Alex Gayer and Benjamin Goldberg of the Firm’s Business and Corporate Law Practice Group closed a loan in the aggregate amount of $1, 300, 000.00 for a closely held company.
Closed Two Loans in the Aggregate Amount of $11, 600, 000.00 for a Closely Held CompanyLou Fiore of the Firm’s Commercial Real Estate Practice Group, Alex Gayer of the Firm’s Corporate and Business Practice Group, and Russell Penzer of the Firm’s Commercial Litigation Practice Group closed two loans in the aggregate amount of $11, 600, 000.00 for a closely held company in the business of importing pharmaceutical products and food ingredients.
Joined the Board of “Soldier On At Home”, a Not-for-Profit Organization Whose Primary Purpose is to Provide Supplemental Financial Assistance to Local Wounded Combat Veterans.Alex Gayer, a Partner in the Firm’s Corporate and Business Practice Group, recently joined the Board of “Soldier On At Home”, a not for profit organization formed with the primary purpose of providing supplemental financial assistance to local wounded combat veterans. The organization also will assist all veterans in finding employment or gaining skill sets...
Represented Medical PracticeRepresented medical practice entering into partnership arrangement with ProHealth.