RICHARD R. LURY
Retired Partner
(973) 503-5919 (973) 503-5919
RICHARD R. LURY Retired Partner
Richard Lury’s practice focused on the representation of buyers and sellers of various businesses in stock and asset sale/purchase transactions, as well as in other complex business and financing transactions.

Dick has particular experience with cross-border M&A, production and sales joint ventures, and strategic alliances.  His upbringing in Japan, fluency in the Japanese language, and decades of immersion in Japanese business practices gave Dick unique sensitivity to cultural differences.

Dick represented clients in a number of diverse fields, including industrial plants, machinery and equipment, electronics, and industrial and specialty gases.  He spent a significant portion of his practice advising Japanese businesses and their U.S. affiliates on legal matters affecting their operations in the United States and served as the de facto general counsel for several clients.  In that capacity, Dick advised clients not only on transactional matters, but also in connection with antitrust, bankruptcy, labor and employment and environmental matters, as well as commercial disputes.

He is currently a life partner in the firm.
 

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Richard Lury’s practice focused on the representation of buyers and sellers of various businesses in stock and asset sale/purchase transactions, as well as in other complex business and financing transactions.

Dick has particular experience with cross-border M&A, production and sales joint ventures, and strategic alliances.  His upbringing in Japan, fluency in the Japanese language, and decades of immersion in Japanese business practices gave Dick unique sensitivity to cultural differences.

Dick represented clients in a number of diverse fields, including industrial plants, machinery and equipment, electronics, and industrial and specialty gases.  He spent a significant portion of his practice advising Japanese businesses and their U.S. affiliates on legal matters affecting their operations in the United States and served as the de facto general counsel for several clients.  In that capacity, Dick advised clients not only on transactional matters, but also in connection with antitrust, bankruptcy, labor and employment and environmental matters, as well as commercial disputes.

He is currently a life partner in the firm.