Mr. Joseph DiVincenzo
JD | Secretary
Joseph DiVincenzo joined the organization in 2007, and he plays a key role in expanding the business and helping to manage our daily operations.
As corporate counsel, he is primarily responsible for the negotiation and drafting of contracts for the Exigence of TeamHealth and Nidus Development across a number of spectrums, including all of our real estate holdings. Mr. DiVincenzo’s role also encompasses corporate governance, providing oversight to our entities and others with whom we are contracted. Additionally, he possesses a background in accounting which allows him to examine business contracts and operations from both a legal and fiscal standpoint. It is a pivotal position requiring a broad base of knowledge and skill.
Mr. DiVincenzo specializes in contract law, healthcare, litigation and intellectual property. He has argued cases successfully in New York State and throughout the country. He was successful in an intellectual property trademark case, the results of which have been published multiple times in various journals. In addition to being admitted to practicing law in New York State, Mr. DiVincenzo is also admitted to practice in various federal courts across the U.S.
Prior to taking on this role at Exigence, he worked as counsel for Bausch & Lomb in Rochester, NY. He serviced their global manufacturing and purchasing sector, which deals with operations in both the United States and in Europe. He provided oversight on the drafting and review of contracts, negotiations with prospective business partners and corporate governance. Mr. DiVincenzo has also worked for the Buffalo firm of Hodgson Russ, where he practiced in their business litigation group and he worked as an accountant with Price Waterhouse. In addition, he previously was a member of the Erie County Board of Ethics.
He earned his law degree from the University at Buffalo. He formerly served as the assistant executive editor of The Buffalo Law Review. In addition, Mr. DiVincenzo received a Special Services Award from the Federal Western District of New York Bench and Bar and a writing award from the National Judges Association.