Dom Lerario focuses his practice on international business, economic development, and mergers and acquisitions. He assists companies with investments and expansions in the United States, including site selection. He also advises on outbound investments and structuring, and raising capital, including through public and private securities offerings. In addition, Dom counsels clients on commercial contracting and general corporate law issues.
Dom has particular experience in the manufacturing, financial services, fintech, health care, and software industries. He has represented a variety of public and private companies, including global financial institutions, private equity sponsors, life sciences companies, hospitals, and energy companies.
Dom is fluent in Spanish and highly proficient in Mandarin. He has extensive travel and work experience in Asia and Latin America. He also maintains an active pro bono practice representing asylum applicants in the Charlotte Immigration Court.
Prior to joining Parker Poe, Dom was an attorney with the Charlotte office of an international law firm. He received his law degree from Duke University, where he was the symposium editor for the Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law and a student attorney with the school's Start-Up Ventures Clinic. He received his undergraduate degree from UNC-Chapel Hill, where he was a Morehead-Cain Scholar.