Currently, Warren Friss is the leader of the corporate practice for Ingram Yuzek Gainen Carroll & Bertolotti, LLP, better known as Ingram). From his position at Ingram, he works hard to represent companies and other organizations of all shapes and sizes, whether they are in the private or public sector. However, the range of his practice doesn’t end with corporations and others who make money, as he also represents non-profits, new and old entrepreneurs and start-ups, and also investors and senior executives.
There are few things Warren Friss can’t do as an attorney, which is why clients trust him to give them the best counsel available. And does exactly that, time after time and client after client. Over the years, Warren Friss has dealt with virtually everything related to corporate law, including many contract negotiations and he has guided numerous deals. He has had a hand in a number of complex transactions, like mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and strategic alliances, but he also has considerable experience with business formation and regulatory compliance.
Overall, Warren Friss is considered an excellent counsel when he is handling a business start-up. However, his penchant for handle sports-related issues has become the stuff of legend. It comes from his experience as the general legal counsel and (later) an executive for Topps Company, the largest sports memorabilia and card company in the world. Working with virtually every aspect of Topps’ legal issues, Warren developed an ability to work with professional and collegiate sports leagues and other organizations, as well as players’ associations and sports-related consumer product companies. He has handled licensing, sponsorships and promotions, of course, but he is also highly skilled with personality rights and intellectual property matters.