SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Christopher Powers has joined the litigation and business departments of Mackenzie Hughes LLP and will concentrate his legal practice in health care litigation, real and intellectual property, and commercial litigation.
Powers spent 11 years working in the communications industry prior to earning his juris doctor in 2017. He currently sits on the board of the Syracuse Sunrise Rotary Club and served as the president of the club in 2016-2017. He is also a member of the New York State and Onondaga County Bar Associations.
Powers holds a juris doctor from the Syracuse University College of Law, a master’s degree in media management from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, and a bachelor’s degree in communication studies from The College of Wooster.
About Mackenzie Hughes The Mackenzie Hughes firm traces its roots back to 1884, and over the years, its client roster has read like a veritable “Who’s Who” of Central New York businesses, including the original New Process Gear, Smith Corona Typewriter and Standard Oil companies. Today, the firm provides legal counsel in 35 practice areas to clients in a vast array of industries. Mackenzie Hughes’s clients include multi-national corporations, financial institutions, health care facilities, governmental agencies, entrepreneurial companies, not for profits, fiduciaries and individuals. As one of the state’s most respected and influential law firms, Mackenzie Hughes’ reputation is based on its exceptional expertise in corporate law, litigation, labor and employment, immigration, real estate, finance, and trust and estate planning. To learn more, visit www.mackenziehughes.com.