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Carol S. Maue

Carol Maue represents closely held and publicly traded corporations, government entities, family-owned businesses, partnerships, limited liability companies, and unincorporated associations, including not-for-profit entities.

(585) 232-5300 x210

(585) 232-3528


Practice Areas

Business & Finance


J.D., SUNY Buffalo School of Law (1980)
B.A., SUNY Buffalo, magna cum laude (1977)


Monroe County Bar Association- Intellectual Property Committee
New York State Bar Association
American Bar Association
New York State and Greater Rochester Association of Women Attorneys
American Health Lawyers Association
Association of University Technology Managers
Rochester Chapter of the Licensing Executives Society

Her clients include manufacturing businesses, distribution companies, health care companies, health care and other service providers and family owned businesses, including farms, vineyards and wineries.

A frequent speaker at legal seminars, Carol is also a prolific writer on labor and employment issues, health care law, intellectual property, particularly trademark and copyright, Internet law, zoning and planning and riparian and littoral (water) rights. She was a featured speaker at the Monroe County Bar Association Center for Education’s Intellectual Property Licensing seminar and its “Technology Transfer and Commercialization” seminar. Carol was presented at the Greater Rochester Association of Realtors’ Finance II seminar and was the primary presenter at the Canandaigua Chamber of Commerce monthly roundtable series for small business owners. She is also a frequent speaker on topics of interest to agricultural businesses through the auspices of the Cornell Cooperative Extension.

Her varied and extensive legal expertise includes:

  • Labor, employment and unfair competition law
  • Trademark, copyright, licensing and other intellectual property matters
  • Health law
  • Contracts, including distribution agreements, software licensing, and other  technology agreements
  • Industry and university technology transfer, e-commerce, licensing and Internet law
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Business disputes and dissolutions
  • Not-for-Profit corporation law
  • Finance law
  • Commercial and residential real estate
  • Municipal Law
  • Zoning and Planning
  • Riparian and Littoral (Water) Rights

Ms. Maue’s extensive experience includes the representation of employers in all areas of labor and employment law, including the Fair Labor Standards Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, New York State anti-discrimination laws and the Family Medical Leave Act.  She also regularly provides legal counsel to employers on human resource issues including termination, severance arrangements, discrimination and harassment complaint investigation, supervisory training, policy development, employee handbooks and wage and hour compliance.


Ms. Maue has more than 30 years of experience representing business and municipal clients in a variety of matters, and currently serves as chair of the firm’s Business Law Group.  Prior to joining Boylan Code, she managed her own firm for a decade until merging her practice with the firm of Chamberlain D’Amanda in 1995, where she served as Chair of their Business Clients Group.

Honors & Achievements

Carol is a recipient of the New York State Bar Association President’s Pro Bono Service Attorney Award and the Volunteer Legal Services Project William E. McKnight Pro Bono Service Award. She has been nominated twice for the Greater Rochester Metro Chamber of Commerce Athena Award, and was the recipient of a Woman of Distinction Award from the Canandaigua Chapter of the Business and Professional Women’s Club of New York State and the Canandaigua Chamber of Commerce.


Ms. Maue has a long history of community service. She has served the following organizations as a Board member:

  • Canandaigua Lake Watershed Alliance
  • Ontario County Revolving Loan Fund Committee
  • Canandaigua Town Planning Board
  • United Way
  • Volunteer Legal Services Project
  • YWCA
  • Visiting Nurse Service
  • Twelve Corners Day Care Center
  • School Number One School Based Planning Team
  • City of Rochester Preservation Board