High Quality Services And Personal Attention
Mauro Viskovic joined the Firm in 2020 as a Partner in the Firm’s corporate and transactions practice group, where he focuses on providing high quality and cost-effective solutions to clients’ legal matters, leveraging his over 20 years of legal experience.
Mauro practices law primarily in the areas of corporate law, healthcare law, and securities law. He represents entrepreneurs through all stages of their ventures’ development, including advice on structure, initial company formation and organization, private financings, commercial transactions, employment agreements, mergers and acquisitions, and liquidity events. In addition, Mauro represents investors in all aspects of corporate finance transactions.
In connection with his healthcare law practice, Mauro has represented a myriad of healthcare providers, including home care facilities, radiology centers, diagnostic testing providers, ambulatory surgery centers, medical groups, physical therapists, physicians, dentists, and other healthcare professionals. He handles all types of health care transactions, including practice sales and acquisitions, private equity deals, employment transactions, and administrative service organization agreements, while navigating the complex web of federal and state health care regulations.
Mauro’s practice focuses also on the representation of hedge fund portfolio managers and other financial services professionals. His services include: (1) facilitating the transition of moving to a new investment advisory firm or starting a new firm, while addressing non-compete and other restrictive covenants; (2) reviewing and negotiating of seed investment agreements; (3) reviewing and negotiating of vendor and counterparty agreements, including prime broker and ISDA agreements, electronic trading agreements, fund administration agreements and market data licenses; and (4) preparing, reviewing and negotiating of employment agreements and restrictive covenant agreements.
Mauro graduated from Fordham University School of Law and earned his BBA degree in Accounting from Baruch College. Having passed all 4 parts of the CPA exam and having earned years of valuable experience at KPMG prior to law school, Mauro is able to read, review and understand financial statements and tax returns on a detailed and sophisticated level that is uncommon among most attorneys.
- Fordham University School of Law, New York, New York
- J.D. - 2000
- Baruch College, City University of New York
- B.B.A. - 1994
- Honors: cum laude
- Major: Accounting
- Co-Authored Far From the Madding Crowd, TheDeal.com, 2001
- Co- Authored An Ounce of Precision, TheDeal.com, 2002
- Contributed commentary to Compulsory Bond Purchase as Compromise to Income Tax Rate Increases, by Stanley Veliotis, DePaul Business & Commercial Law Journal, 8 DePaul Bus. & Comm. L.J. 37, 2009
- Contributed commentary to Rule 10b5-1 Trading Plans and Insiders’ Incentive to Misrepresent, by Stanley Veliotis, American Business Law Journal, Volume 47, Issue 2, pages 313–359, 2010
- Key Considerations When Selling Your Health Care Practice to A Private Equity Firm
- Veliotis, S. and Viskovic, M. (2022). Beware the Working Capital Adjustment Trap. The CPA Journal, 92(5/6), 68-69
- Beware The Risks of Taking Cryptocurrency as Collateral
- Beware the Consequences of Worker Misclassification
- Business Entity Formation: Choosing the Right Business Structure For Your Needs
- Banking in the Cannabis Industry: Update on the SAFE Banking Act
- Do Your Employee Confidentiality Agreements Comply with Applicable Law?
- Ambulatory Surgery Centers As Investments
- Did You Sign a Non-Compete Agreement?
- CLIENT ALERT: CMS and OIG Move to Expand Exceptions and Safe Harbors to Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute
- New York State Adopts Extensive Rule Changes Affecting Investment Community
- SEC Proposes Eliminating a Significant Burden on Raising Capital in Private Markets
- Buying a Business in New York” summarizing various considerations in a business acquisition transaction
- License to Kill: When Data Negotiations Turn Deadly” addressing the negotiation of market data licenses used by investment advisory firms
- IS THERE A SALE OF BUSINESS EXCEPTION TO NEW YORK’S PENDING BAN OF NON-COMPETE AGREEMENTS?
- Podcast: TERM SHEETS FOR BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS
- Corporate, Private Equity M&A, and Healthcare Transactions
- New York, 2001
- Morrison Cohen LLP, Attorney