Lori S. Hoberman

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LORI S. HOBERMAN is a well-known force in the in the New York City venture community. She advises entrepreneurs and investors on how to build successful businesses and strategically guides them through the emerging, later stages and exits of their companies. As a lawyer and mentor, Lori works with clients in a range of industries, including mobile, biotechnology, artificial intelligence, e-commerce and advertising.  She also counsels angel and institutional investors in their investments and in the formation of investment funds.  Lori is a co-founder of IMG Labs, a new innovation incubator.  She is also a co-founder of mobile advertising company, Mojiva Inc., and an occasional angel investor. Lori is a frequent speaker and media resource on entrepreneurialism. She is a Mentor to 37 Angels and she chairs the NYC Chapter of the MIT Enterprise Forum, through which she recently organized a week-long summer program in entrepreneurship for NYC high school girls.  NYC startup news blog, AlleyWatch, recently named Ms. Hoberman as one of “20 Awesome People in the New York Tech Scene You Need to Know About.” After years of advising entrepreneurs, first as the head of Fish & Richardson’s Venture Capital practice and most recently, as Chair of Chadbourne & Parke’s Emerging Companies/Venture Capital Practice, she has decided to become an entrepreneur herself.  She founded her own firm, Hoberman Law Group, in the fall of 2014.

Email: lori@hobermanlawgroup.com
O:  646.844.4860
C:  516.375.2110

Nick Scannavino

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NICK SCANNAVINO works with entrepreneurs, emerging companies and venture investors on a variety of strategic matters, including venture capital financings and M&A transactions, and serves as a trusted advisor and resource to his clients on day-to-day legal and business matters. Prior to joining Hoberman Law Group, Nick worked at Chadbourne & Parke LLP, where he represented private and public companies on M&A deals, private equity and venture capital investments, joint ventures and capital markets transactions. Nick received his J.D. from Washington and Lee University School of Law in Lexington, VA and spent a semester studying abroad at Trinity College Dublin School of Law in Dublin, Ireland.  Nick received his B.A. from Concordia University in Irvine, CA, where he played second base and shortstop on the baseball team. Nick is also a Certified Personal Trainer and serves as an executive mentor and business coach for the Defy Ventures entrepreneur-in-training program.

Email: nick@hobermanlawgroup.com  
O:  646.856.9962  
C:  949.235.6503

Angela D. Loc

ANGELA D. LOC advises investors, entrepreneurs, and start-ups on financings and general corporate and governance matters. Prior to joining Hoberman Law Group, Angela was in-house counsel at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), where she closed real estate finance deals and provided business-oriented legal advice to her clients on all aspects of underwriting, closing, and managing HUD’s insured loan portfolio. Angela received her J.D. from Cornell Law School with a concentration in Business Law and Regulation and her B.A. from Stanford University. A native of Silicon Valley, Angela enjoys cooking and exploring new restaurants. Angela also has an unhealthy obsession with apple cider donuts, so much so that every year she makes the five-hour trek to Ithaca’s Apple Harvest Festival (which she would argue has the best apple cider donuts in the world).

Email: angela@hobermanlawgroup.com
O:  646.856.9962  
C:  646.844.4863

Lori Hoberman Starts Her Own Law Firm, Incubator

Lori Hoberman is a New York City lawyer, but doesn’t look or act like one. She dresses casually, wears her hair long and unfussed, and takes enormous pleasure in hosting events like “Chocolate Night,” where she invites everyone she knows in the city’s entrepreneurship world (from venture capitalists to newbie business owners) to gather around platters of truffles and steaming fondue pots. Her informality may be one reason why Alley Watch, a blog for startups, named her one of “20 Awesome People in the New York Tech Scene” you need to know about.

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