Adam Yormack, ESQ.
Adam focuses on transactional work for early stage startups, business contracts and capital formation. He graduated from University of Colorado at Boulder and then St. Thomas School of Law. Prior to attending law school, Adam worked at Oppenheimer Funds and co-founded Bella AG (formerly Bella Health Systems), which provided cutting edge technology solutions to the antiquated industry of dairy production. He uses his experience as an entrepreneur to advise and counsel startups and mentor entrepreneurs. During law school, Adam was editor of the International Human Rights Law Review, President of the Business Law Society, Student Organization of the Year under my tenure, a member of the Moot Court Honor Society, Vice President and coach of the International Mock Trial team (where we advanced the furthest in school history) and member of Phi Delta Phi Honors Fraternity.
Mary Wolff, ESQ.
Mary focuses on startup and technology law and specializes in real estate development. Mary graduated from Washington University in St. Louis, she moved to Miami to attend University of Miami School of Law, where she graduated with a J.D./LL.M. in Real Property Development. After law school, Mary co-founded taptl, a transparent touch-screen startup, where she led the company as the CEO, successfully raised a seed round, was awarded a grant, and has participated in multiple accelerator programs. She now serves as advisor and counsel to startups, her personal portfolio includes three online marketplaces. Mary draws upon her experience as an entrepreneur, advisor and investor-liason in serving as startups’ attorney. She’s involved in the Women in Miami Tech Network, the Artificial Intelligence Club of Miami.
Aviv focuses on international business transactions, international litigations, raising foreign investment for Israeli businesses, managing multi-million dollar international arbitrations, mergers & acquisitions, startups, structuring and closing cross-border transactions. He graduated from Tel Aviv University School of Law, at Tel Aviv, Israel and then Fordham University School of Law. Aviv is admitted to both the Israeli Bar and New York Bar. Aviv Co-Founded Ariel Photonics Assembly, Ltd., an innovative designer and manufacturer of innovative laser-based electro-optical systems, modules and components for solid state and fiber laser systems in the rapidly growing worldwide markets. Currently, Aviv founded K-Lawyers.com, an online marketplace for lawyers, by lawyers, which enables law firms to outsource their work domestically, to thousands of U.S. licensed contract lawyers. Aviv now serves as Of-Counsel to Yormack & Associates, P.A. where he serves as a liaison for Israeli companies doing business in the United States.
With more than 20 years of experience serving the public and private sectors, Bruce began his career in Washington, D.C. working as a legislative representative on Capitol Hill on behalf of the City of New York. Since that time, he has worked on national domestic policy issues and on international business, development and security matters in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa and South America. He has also specialized in corporate legislative issues on behalf of Fortune 500 companies in Internet security and data privacy matters on Capitol Hill as well as with several state legislatures. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of California and then he graduated from Georgetown University Law Center where he focused on International Law and Trade Matters. Bruce splits his time between Washington, D.C. and Miami. He connects the private and public sectors by collaborating with the General Service Administration on government contracts.
Carlos Enrique Alvarez
Carlos is a law student at University of Miami School of Law focusing on international business law, immigration, and technology, and his expected graduation date is May 2018. Currently, he serves as Vice President of the Hispanic Student Association and a member of the International and Comparative Law Review. He graduated from St. John’s University with a double major in Philosophy and French. He spent his undergrad translating complex contracts from French to Spanish and English in Paris, France. Prior to joining the firm as a law clerk, Carlos worked at award-winning technology startup, taptl.
Alejandro Fernandez-Lovo, J.D.
Alex, a Miami native, focuses on franchise, business, and intellectual property law. He attended Christopher Columbus High School, graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in Communications, and attended St. Thomas University School of Law. While in New York, Alex sat on the board of directors for the New York Public Interest Research Group. Alex ushered in the car-sharing movement in upstate New York through his role as a Director at Syracuse. Alex has experience with intellectual property portfolio development and management for startups, and is engaged in the emerging startup community.