Alan S. Lockwood

Alan S. Lockwood is a Partner in Boylan Code’s Business and Corporate Finance Group, concentrating in business and corporate finance including private placement of securities; mergers and acquisitions; and business succession planning.

alockwood@boylancode.com

(585) 232-5300

(585) 232-3528

Practice Areas

Business & Finance
Employment

Education

B.S., 1975, Cornell University
J.D., 1978, Cornell Law School

Alan S. Lockwood returned to private practice in March 2010.

Mr. Lockwood is a graduate of Cornell University (B.A. with distinction 1975) and Cornell Law School (J.D. cum laude 1978). He is admitted to practice in the State of New York. In 2015 and 2016, Mr. Lockwood was recognized as a Best Lawyer in America in Mergers and Acquisitions.

As an associate and then partner at Boylan Code for more than 25 years, Alan Lockwood represented business clients in merger and acquisition transactions, private offerings of debts and equity securities for both start-up and established businesses, conventional source debt financing, venture capital investment, public sector finance (industrial development bond financing) and initial public offerings of equity securities. He was corporate secretary and a director of Hudson Hotels Corporation, a publicly traded hotel management company, and corporate secretary of Sayett Group, Inc. (later named Spatialight, Inc.)

From 2004 to March 2010, Mr. Lockwood was in house general counsel to Nukote International, Inc., a manufacturer of aftermarket printer supplies. In that capacity, he undertook the legal efforts for the establishment of manufacturing operations in China and in Mexico; drafted and negotiated contracts with the Company’s suppliers and customers, including Fortune 500 companies; supervised the Company’s intellectual property portfolio; provided C-level advice and strategic planning to the Company’s executive management and Board of directors; and provided general legal services to the Corporation. In 2009, Mr. Lockwood shepherded the Corporation through its Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing and confirmation of its plan of reorganization, working with outside counsel and the Company’s management.

Mr. Lockwood also has business experience as a partner in the development of Parkview Fairways Golf Club, a golf course located in East Bloomfield, New York.

Mr. Lockwood serves as a Director and Secretary of the Victor (NY) Chamber of Commerce and serves as Chair of the Board of Trustees of Renaissance Academy Charter School of the Arts.