Mr. Tucci comes to the Stamm Law Firm having practiced law in Cleveland, Ohio since 1999. Mr. Tucci has a tremendous amount of experience in corporate and business law matters; corporate transactions; commercial and residential real estate transactions; and general corporate guidance, formation and corporate governance issues. Mr. Tucci has focused his practice on corporate and business matters here in New York. He has represented clients and borrowers in bank financing transactions and complex commercial transactions and he has negotiated technology-related transactions with a focus on licensing and outsourcing. Mr. Tucci has counseled startup companies and emerging growth companies and has represented developers in land sale and purchase agreements. He has been involved in commercial lending and commercial transactions as well as intellectual property and business litigation. Mr. Tucci has experience in mergers and acquisitions and financing and restructuring transactions as well as licensing, corporate governance, dispute resolution and trademark registration. He has also handled cases involving government compliance matters including privacy, HIPAA and antitrust. Mr. Tucci is licensed in the State of Ohio as well as the State of New York and he is currently an Adjunct professor at the University of Buffalo school of law teaching courses in secured transactions. Mr. Tucci had been an adjunct faculty member at Case Western Reserve School of Law instructing on technology transactions and counseling courses for start-up businesses. He was also an adjunct faculty member member at Ursuline College in Ohio instructing on business law, intellectual property law and mergers/acquisitions. Mr. Tucci resides with his wife in Clarence Center New York.
In addition to his Juris Doctor degree, Mr. Tucci has a B.A. in Financial Management from Capital University in Cleveland Ohio. Mr. Tucci is published in numerous legal journals, property and management magazines and other corporate publications. He is published on matters such as trade secret protection; SEC regulations; protecting proprietary knowledge and security and ethics.