Matthew N. Kipnis


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Gary J. Ross


St. John’s University School of Law (J.D. 2022)
Binghamton University (M.B.A. 2019)
Binghamton University (B.S. 2018)



New York


Matthew Kipnis is a corporate attorney with legal experience in mergers and acquisitions, transactional law, and securities law.

Prior to joining Ross Law Group, PLLC, Matt worked at a midsize Long Island law firm where he assisted business entities on matters relating to middle market mergers and acquisitions, equity and debt financing, corporate governance, and restructuring. Matt has experience negotiating, drafting, and reviewing definitive transaction agreements as well as related documents necessary to consummate transactions. Matt has also managed all aspects of several strategic transactions successfully through closing, including but not limited to complex reorganizations.

Matt attended St. John’s University School of Law on full scholarship. While at St. John’s, Matt served on the Editorial Board of the American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review as Executive Notes and Comments Editor. Matt also spent two semesters as a student intern in St. John’s Securities Arbitration Clinic. His clinic work included representing injured investors in their disputes against brokerage firms and associated parties. During his time at St. John’s, Matt externed with FINRA’s Dispute Resolution Department, and also gained experience drafting and reviewing pertinent documents related to FINRA’s arbitration proceedings.

Matt earned both his Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Science in Finance and Marketing from Binghamton University.

Matt has completed the first two levels of Carta’s online certification program, earning Premier level certification status from Carta.

When not in the office, Matt enjoys supporting his favorite New York teams including the Yankees, Giants, Rangers, and Knicks.

“FINRA and the SEC’s Communication Rules Fail to Appropriately Regulate Communications Between Firms and Investors,” 29 No. 3 PIABA B.J. 355 (2022)

“A Bankruptcy Court May Temporarily Suspend Rent Obligation,” 9 St. John’s Bankruptcy Research Library, No. 13 (2021)

“Avoiding Confusion and Delays When Resolving Motions to Dismiss,” The Neutral Corner (FINRA), Volume 3 – 2021