Miller Nash LLP partner Max Forer has been named to the “40 Under 40” list by the Portland Business Journal (PBJ) for 2023. Each year, the PBJ receives almost 300 nominations for the 40 Under 40 recognition. The resulting list of 40 honorees represents the region’s most influential professionals and were chosen based on their business contributions, civic involvement, and commitment to improving their communities. Max was honored at the PBJ’s 40 Under 40 Celebration on Thursday, July 13, 2023.
“We congratulate Max on this well-deserved honor,” says Kieran Curley, managing partner of Miller Nash. “As a new partner, Max has already had a significant impact in the legal profession and the sports industry. He approaches his work with genuine care for his clients’ needs and the community at large and is an important piece of the Miller Nash team.”
In addition to his legal work, Max is active in the community and currently serves on Sport Oregon’s Board of Directors, as a mentor with the Oregon Student-Athlete Mentor Program, and recently served as president of the Oregon Hillel Board of Directors.
About Max Forer
Max provides counsel on a wide variety of business, real estate, and sports transactional matters, including mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance matters, real estate financing, commercial leasing, purchase and sale agreements, IP licenses and assignments relating to name, image, and likeness (NIL), endorsement agreements, and private and public event licensing agreements. Max also assists athletes throughout their careers and in retirement with business and nonprofit ventures and works as an outside general counsel with NIL collectives, educational institutions, professional sports teams, agencies, and management companies. Additionally, Max was a student-athlete at the University of Oregon, playing center on Oregon’s football teams (2006-10/11) that won two Pac-10 Championships and went to the Rose Bowl and National Championship. Max received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Oregon before earning his law degree at the University of Oregon School of Law.