Steven W. Lippman

Associate
BIO
EDUCATION
AFFILIATIONS
RECOGNITIONS
INSIGHTS & NOTABLES

Steven Lippman is an associate in the firm’s Business Law, Health Care and Municipal Governance departments. In his practice he represents public and private entities on industrial development projects, general business and corporate matters such as governance, entity formation, mergers and acquisitions, equity buyouts, joint ventures, and contract drafting and negotiation. In addition, Mr. Lippman has significant experience with regulatory compliance and transactional matters particular to health care clients, and he assists firm clients by translating emerging trends into business operation best practices. 

PRACTICE AREAS
Business Organizations and Corporations
Health Care
Municipal Governance and Public Sector

ADMISSIONS
• Virginia
• District of Columbia

University of Richmond School of Law, J.D., 2016 
Managing Editor, University of Richmond Law Review

James Madison University, B.B.A., Finance, 2012 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Virginia State Bar

Virginia Bar Association
• Member, Young Lawyers Division Executive Board, 2022-present
• Editor-in-chief, Young Lawyers Division Opening Statement Newsletter, 2022-present

The Bar Association of the City of Richmond
• Business Law Section 

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

John Marshall Center for Constitutional History & Civics
• Board Member, 2022-present
• Junior Board, 2020-2022

Richmond Little League
• Coach, 2016-2017

Emerson G. Spies Award
• Virginia Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, 2024

SELECT PUBLICATIONS
• Author, “Gearing Up for Compliance with the Corporate Transparency Act,” Virginia Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division publication, Opening Statement, Winter 2022-2023
• Author, “Force Majeure: Current Applications, Future Negotiations,” Virginia Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division publication, Opening Statement, Summer 2020
A Corporation’s Securities Litigation Gambit: Fee-Shifting Provisions that Defend Against Fraud-on-the-Market, 49 U. Rich. L. Rev. 1321 (2015)