He concentrates his practice on corporate and commercial legal matters, with particular experience in:
•Mergers and acquisitions
•Private and public finance
•Negotiation and drafting of contracts
•Corporate and partnership tax matters
Mr. Morey’s clients turn to him for representation in a wide range of areas, including protection in contractual matters, guidance to ensure compliance with laws, cost-effective solutions when conflicts arise, and strategies to assist in the growth of their businesses.
Outside of the office, Mr. Morey enjoys cycling, hiking, following Syracuse University’s football and basketball teams, and spending time with his dogs.
Awards and Recognitions
Super Lawyers “ Rising Stars”
Named to Upstate New York Super Lawyers “Rising Stars” from 2016 to 2018; no more than 2.5 percent of attorneys in any state have this distinction
In the News
Mr. Morey is called upon by local media to provide legal analysis on high-profile legal matters dealing with contractual matters and other corporate law matters.
Matthew Morey co-authors article for Buffalo Law Journal on the new Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) governing commercial electronic messages
Matthew Morey provides legal analysis for NBC News affiliate WGRZ’s report on a payout the Hamburg School District offered to the district’s embattled superintendent Richard Jetter in exchange for his resignation
To keep clients and contacts up to date on timely business law issues, Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria attorneys create special alerts on need-to-know topics.
Special Alert on Developments in Business Law
The Proposal: Considerations in Starting or Acquiring a Business
Changes to Tax Audits for Partnerships
Tax Reform Client Alert 2018
•New York State Bar Association, Member
•Bar Association of Erie County, Member (Member of Corporate Law Committee)
•InfoTech Niagara, Former Member of the Board of Directors
•Big Brother/Big Sister of Erie County, Volunteer
•Orchard Park Chamber of Commerce, Member
•Buffalo Niagara Partnership 360, Member
•Orchard Park United Methodist Church, Member
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